A strong team for the operation of CRESS UK is vitally important to us, as we have to overcome the challenges of distance, culture and poor communication networks. We are proud that we have developed strong bonds both here in the UK and on the ground in South Sudan. Most importantly our success has been built from real friendships and relationships, which promote integration, trust and commitment.
Support continues to grow and we are fortunate to have many other people who give their time and talents and their contributions are invaluable. Please visit our supporters page.
Our Management Team in the UK
|Caroline Lamb||CEO & Founder|
|Caroline is our ‘dynamo’ and is passionate about helping the people of South Sudan. She is a geography teacher and farmer's wife and has a fantastic ability to get new initiatives ‘off the ground’ both here and in South Sudan.|
|Nigel is our ‘get-the-cash in‘ man, he has a way with people and words from years spent as a
senior officer in the police force and afterwards as a social welfare fund raiser that make him a superb diplomat and relationship builder.
|Adrian Burholt||Strategic Advisor|
|Adrian is our ‘thinker and planner’, he is a business and programme director in the communications and payments industry and brings excellent strategic and planning skills to our team.|
|Catherine is a professionally trained tax accountant and bookkeeper who believes that each client should be treated as an individual, and it is this compassionate outlook which led her to set up her own firm in 2013. Catherine is delighted to be able to provide accountancy support to CRESS.|
Our Management Team in South Sudan
|Bishop Joseph Aba||Head of CRESS in South Sudan|
|Joseph is the ‘man who makes it happen’ on the ground in South Sudan. He became Bishop of
Liwolo in May 2017 and will split his time between CRESS, overseeing our projects and pastoral and leadership role as a Bishop.
|Bishop Emmanuel Murye Modi||Chairman CRESS South Sudan|
|Bishop Emmanuel has the main responsibility for leading the diocese and local church community, and serves as the chairman of CRESS in Kajo Keji. The UK CRESS team try to ensure that he is fully equipped for his important role.|
|Fred Taban||Operations Manager Uganda and South Sudan|
|Fred has spent his life growing up in the conditions we are trying to help alleviate. As ‘a bit of South Sudan in the UK’ Fred recently spent two years on a theological training course in the UK and helps us understand how best to deliver aid to his country to get the greatest impact.|
|Rose keeps the books and works in the CRESS office in Romoggi. Rose is mum to baby Emily and before working for CRESS studied for a diploma in Business Administration.|
|Clinic Staff||South Sudan|
|Emmanuel Lulu, Selina, Mary and Jacqueline|