Thea currently has two trustees. Each gives their time voluntarily. As Thea does not at present run an office or employ staff, each of the trustees has an area of responsibility for the trust's work which falls within his or her expertise. Please feel free to contact any one of the trustees for further information about Thea.

Peter Webster

Secretary Peter holds an MA in Classics and Modern & Medieval Languages from Cambridge University, and diplomas in law and legal practice from the College of Law in London. From 1994-1997 Peter was the Executive Secretary of the Cambridge-based Newick Park Initiative (NPI), which sought to built consensus amongst senior Rwandan figures and the international community on the strategic priorities for the reconstruction of Rwanda following the war and the genocide there. Since then, Peter has been developing his legal career in London, and currently works as a solicitor and mediator specialising in construction and engineering law for his own legal company with the same name as the charity, Thea Limited. Peter is also the Director of the All Saints Theatre Limited, a musical drama production company, majority-owned by Thea.


Howard Clare

Howard graduated from the University of Birmingham with a BSc in Physics, and is currently a freelance senior IT consultant. He has a previous career as a care officer working with vulnerable adults. In 2004, Howard visited Rwanda on behalf of Thea to carry out an audit of the microfinance work going on at that time. He produced a report which made a number of observations and recommendations about projects linked to Thea's work, and also other projects known about by PCMCA chairman Claude Kabutware. He undertook some English teaching at the same time.


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