The Global Angels Board
Members of the Global Angels Board, are respected and trusted experts in the business, entertainment, and charity world. They have generously given many hours of their time, skill and expertise to help make Global Angels a thought leader in the charity world.
The Board are also members of our International Advisory Board and share a passion to support outstanding projects that empower whole communities to break the cycle of poverty for themselves.
Meet the Board.....
Molly founded Global Angels in 2004, her passion having been created by over 25 years of active management, leadership development, mentoring and motivational speaking within the international charity sector. This has brought her alongside thousands of inspirational and dedicated charity workers on all continents and some of world's most vulnerable children.
Over the course of that time she has also been practicing as a professional counselor, psychotherapist and life coach, working within the business and charity sectors, and entertainment industry.
In the 1990's she was head teacher of two inner city schools working on a pilot program, reproducible in any culture. She worked closely with children, parents and teachers, experimenting with new models of education, focusing on what each child was good at and helping build their confidence.
In 1978, Molly qualified as a Physiotherapist, studying in Auckland, New Zealand. She is married to John, and is the happy mother of Daniel, Natasha, Nikola and Joshua.
He is Managing Director of Sarasin & Co Ltd, the leading sustainable private bank in Switzerland and on the Executive Management Committee. Peter was the CEO of AIG Private Bank till August 2008. Joining AIG in 1997 as Head of Trading & Treasury, he assembled a team of traders, salesmen and account officers, covering the financial markets. From 2000-205, he was the Chief Financial Officer and then Chief Operating Officer of AIG Private Bank. Prior to joining AIG, Peter was Deputy General Manager for Bank Julius Baer in New York with direct responsibility for the trading room and active advisory services for private clients. He is a graduate of Ecole Supérieure de Commerce in La Neuveville and completed the International Senior Management Program (ISMP) at Harvard Business School. Peter lives in Zurich with his wife Gianina and family.
He is a director of MEB Design Ltd, directing the London office. He has been involved in master-planning educational and training campuses in this country and in his work abroad. For many years, Mark has worked voluntarily in strategic planning for charitable facilities for development in Africa and Asia and was a board member of Habitat for Humanity. Studying at Cambridge University, he started work in private practice until employed by John Marsh as a job architect when they decided to form MEB Partnership. Mark lives in Harpenden with his wife Jane and their two daughters, Kirsty and Lucy and son Matt.
“Picking the right charity to give to is difficult. I need to know that my money will be spent wisely. I need to know that it will be used to help the children I’m giving to and not get lost in red tape. I trust the vision and ethos of Global Angels. I believe in their efficiency and their ability to make things happen.”
Daniel is a well known in the music industry as an international artist. He is also known for motivating people to make a difference in the lives of those who are suffering and wants to empower disadvantaged children and youth. He is an outspoken leader in the anti-trafficking campaign, Stop The Traffik, which is working to abolish the modern slave trade and to rescue victims of slavery, focusing on women and children. Being involved in the launch concerts for Global Angels in the UK and US have been highlights. His recent trips to check out our work in Mozambique and Kenya were very successful in helping us establish that the funds we had sent over had been used well and that the projects were outstanding. We were then able to release the next phase of funding.
Henrik is founder and Managing Partner of Advizion, providing trusted Business advisory to management and board's in international companies.
Prior to this Henrik was managing business administration and outsourcing within Andersen and Deloitte BPS for 8 years. Before joining Andersen in 1999, he was a certified advisor within agriculture and sustainability, and holds a Diploma in Agricultural Administration.
Furthermore, Henrik holds a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration and is certified Master of Executive Negotiation and certified Motivation Factortm Coach.
He lives in Copenhagen with Natascha, and their two sons, Bastian and Alexander.