Mark is chairman of Lilongwe Wildlife Trust and along with his wife, Angela, also a trustee, are amongst the original founders. They made significant investments through their company, Land & Lake Safaris, to make LLWC possible. Angela has also chaired the fundraising committee which has raised tens of thousands of pounds of support for the Centre over the years.
Brighton is Director of National Parks and Wildlife. As a well respected figure he offers invaluable advice and has ensured that the Wildlife Centre has support at the most influential levels of government.
Alison is a project director for the Born Free Foundation, a major donor to Lilongwe Wildlife Centre, and has 10 years of experience in wildlife rescue and rehabilitation.
Bev is a local businesswoman with a deep rooted passion for wildlife. She worked to improve conditions for the animals in Lilongwe Zoo for 3 years before LLWC came into existence and has worked tirelessly for the Centre from the very beginning, raising funds and on many occasions acting as a surrogate mother for orphaned baboons, vervets and duikers.
Cheryl is a consultant to the Born Free Foundation and runs the social enterprise Tribal Voice Communications. She has received awards for her work in responsible tourism, specifically for her achievements in Kenya working with the Masai Mara tribes. She also has many years experience in primate conservation working in Zambia.
Chris Dohse is managing director of Tree Crops, a Malawian consultancy specialising in sustainable production and export of fruit and plant products. He brings expertise in business, accountancy and sustainable development to the Trust.
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Ton de Rooy
Ton is Managing Director of Robin Pope Safaris. His financial, marketing and operations advice is invaluable.