Julian Watson is a school teacher by profession. He first visited Malawi in 1997 and since then has returned on 11 occasions including organising school visits. The most recent visit was in 2014 with 30 staff and students from Manor Academy in York. He has worked closely with Peatry Ntodwa on a number of projects.
Sandy Watson is Chair of MOSES. As a teacher she is passionate about the impact a good education can have on the lives of young people. She has previously been a Trustee of Action for Prisoners Families – a charity supporting family ties between a prisoner and his family. Sandy is married to Julian and they have 4 daughters. She visited Malawi in 2009.
Denise Ellis is Treasurer of MOSES. She has only recently taken over this role.
She was the Chairperson of the local Playgroup in her village for five years and then took on the role of secretary, so she has prior knowledge of how a charity runs.
She is married to Michael and has three children and two grandchildren, she has never visited Malawi but would like to sometime in the future.
Dave Grainger is Head of Physics at Queen Margaret’s School in York. He founded MOSES in 2003 while living in Malawi, after witnessing the lack of educational opportunities for young people. His last visit to Malawi was in summer 2013. Dave lives in York with his family.
Peatry Green Ntodwa
Peatry is the focal person for the Malawi Projects sponsored by Friends of Malawi, UK. Besides directing Jali Youth Centre, he coordinates and supervises most of the projects like MOSES. His link with Friends of Malawi, UK, dates back to 2001.
Moffat is one of the first trustees of MOSES MALAWI alongside Dave Grainger and the original trustees who set up the charity in 2000.
Nina Chifundo Gunde
Daphney was recently employed by MOSES as a ‘Student Support Officer’. She started work on 1st July, 2015. She has great passion and vision for the work of the charity. She has the potential to help move the MOSES charity to another level.