Sue Currant founded the Kambeng Trust in 2003.
She lives in South Devon, where she works in private practice as a counsellor.
Tony Rea worked as a School Teacher, then University Lecturer and is now self-employed working as a writer and education consultant.
Tony is also a Director of Gambia-Extra Ltd and a Trustee of the Plymouth-Ghana Link.
In his spare time he enjoys walking and sailing.
Jude Bishop has lived in South Brent for over 20 years. She taught in the village Primary School for 18 years and when she retired she felt very honoured to be invited to be a trustee. She visited Bakary Sambouya in March 2017 and was bowled over by the friendship and kindness of the Gambians. She really enjoyed working with the staff at the school.
Peter Stevens is a retired teacher who has lived in South Brent for many years. He took on the position of Treasurer in the early years of the Trust, but has now relinquished that role.
He is very proud of the work done by the Trust to support the people of Bakary Sambouya.
Alastair Cuthbertson is Kambeng's treasurer. He is a retired physics teacher who has lived with his family in South Brent for the last 23 years. In the long distant past, two years' work doing VSO in West Africa was a formative experience: much more recently, so also was that of visiting Bakary Sambouya briefly, meeting the staff and seeing the successful projects the Kambeng Trust is supporting there.