Robyn Davis SekulaChair of US Board of Trustees
Robyn Davis Sekula is a public relations, marketing and social media consultant and speaker who lives in New Albany, Indiana. She primarily consults with non-profit organizations and businesses in communications, social media, public relations. She joined the US Board of Trustees in 2016, visiting farmers in western Kenya in 2016.
Elzadia Washington is a retired Senior Foreign Service Officer who served for more than thirty years with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). She has hands-on experience and knowledge of sustainable development. Ms. Washington is currently the owner and operator of the Vera Heritage Farm, LLC producing naturally-grown vegetables in rural Arkansas.
The Reverend Amy C. Gopp serves as the first female senior pastor in the history of the Kent United Church of Christ in Kent, Ohio. Prior to joining the Kent UCC, Amy served as a global activist and peacemaker.A passionate activist for gender justice and girls and women’s education and empowerment, Gopp is one of the key founding leaders of the interfaith We Will Speak Out U.S. coalition and campaign to end sexual and gender-based violence
Angela Trumbaturi is a digital marketing professional who specializes in start-up and growth focused organisations. Her non-profit background includes work within the Lake Atitlan communities of Guatemala where she has contributed to education and economic development for the past few years.
Glenn Rogers is a cattle veterinarian and rancher from Aledo, Texas. His experience has including owning and operating two rural veterinary practices, serving as an associate professor at North Carolina State University and working as a technical veterinarian and senior manager for Pfizer Animal Health. Glenn currently is a full-time rancher and is serving as President of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners.
Douglas Smith is the Managing Partner of Stornoway Advisors, a business and government consulting firm working with policy makers, start-ups, and high-performing NGOs. He has more than twenty years of product innovation, program implementation, and public policy.
McGrath Thomas has more than 30 years of experience in international development and providing transformational leadership to international organisations. As U.S Peace Corps Country Director in three Africa countries she managed the country program supporting health and HIV/AIDS, educations, economic development, water and sanitation and youth development.
Paul joined Send a Cow in 2013 and is CEO of the charity. He has overall responsibility of the organisation and its 250 staff based in the UK and Africa. Paul qualified as a chartered accountant with Ernst & Young before spending over 20 years in international business. During this time he developed partnerships in a number of different countries whilst leading an international publisher. He lived and volunteered with an international NGO in Mozambique for a year.
Martin Geake was CEO of Send a Cow from 2000 to 2014. Previously he lived in East and Southern Africa for 20 years working in rural development and management. He is now leading a new charity, Grow for Life, that provides horticultural therapy for people struggling in life.
Peter has over 30 years of commercial and private equity experience in the UK and Africa.
He works with impact investors in sub-Saharan Africa and tutors on the Oxford Impact Investment Programme where he is an associate fellow at Said Business School.
Robyn Davis Sekula Chair