Meet the team

ITF is run by a small dedicated team of staff and trustees who work with partners to plant trees in Africa and the UK.

James Whitehead

CEO

James has twenty years’ experience in development and environmental work bridging community-led local action and international policy across multiple regions. James was previously the Director of Forest Peoples Programme, an organisation supporting the rights of forest peoples globally. Prior to that he was Oxfam GB’s Global Innovation Lead supporting creative solutions to overcoming poverty. He was Oxfam’s Regional Programme Manager for the Middle East before which he was International Director for Progressio, a UK-based INGO working on sustainable livelihoods, climate change, civil society and governance. He has an MBA and is passionate about advancing social justice while addressing climate change.

My favourite tree –  Common Oak, Quercus Robur

James in tree (2)

Teresa Gitonga

Kenya Programme Manager

Teresa joined ITF in 2018, previously she worked as a Senior Programme Manager at thee Green Belt Movement which was founded by the late Nobel Laureate Wangari Maathai. Teresa Studied Environmental Science at the undergraduate level and a Master’s degree in Project Planning and Management from the University of Nairobi. Teresa has over 10 years’ experience empowering community based organisations in environmental management, forest and water resource management, programme Coordination, Community mobilization, Resource Mobilization and gender integration in Natural resource management. In her free time, Teresa love walking and Exploring nature.

My favourite tree – African Cherry, Prunus africana

Teresa cropped

Sam Pearce

UK & Ireland Programme Manager

Sam joined ITF in September 2019. He read Music at Oxford before receiving an MSc in Marine Environmental Management at York. Since then, he’s worked as a freelancer in conservation and campaigning, living and working in London, Moscow, Azores, and across the Middle East. Most recently his work’s been in topics such as coral reef restoration, illegal fishing and cetacean conservation. He’s even worked on sailing boats looking for whales. As a teenager he read ‘The Man Who Planted Trees’ by Jean Giono, and since then has been fascinated by the possibilities of large-scale landscape restoration. Sam is a qualified sailor, keen diver and daily narrowboater. In his free-time he enjoys being outdoors, be it walking, rock climbing, swimming or camping.

My favourite tree – Scots Pine, Pinus sylvestris

Sam Pearce sialing

Moses Korir

Project Officer, Kenya

Moses graduated from the Egerton University with a BSc in Integrated Forest Resources management. Moses has a love for nature and trees and a variety of experience as a forest nursery techician. His favourite hobbies are reading and playing football. He is based in Embu County, giving day to day support to local Community Based Organisations with tree nurseries, planting plans, monitoring and evaluation and capacity building. Korir’s favourite part of ITF work is promoting environmental stewardship among local communities, increasing forest cover and benefiting those participating.

My favourite tree – Southern silky oak, Grevillea robusta

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Esther Spencer

Communication and Engagement Manager

Esther joined ITF in December 2020, bringing with her seven years’ experience of charity communications. After graduating in English Language and creative writing, Esther started working for a large international development charity and has remained in the third sector ever since. She has worked across fundraising, marketing and communications in both social care and international aid charities. Esther is particularly interested in ITF’s emphasis on the awe that trees bring and how nature is integral for our mental health.

My favourite tree – Blue Jacaranda, Jacaranda mimosifolia

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Cynthia Monari

Supporter Care Assistant

Cynthia joined ITF in October 2021. She studied law at the University of Sheffield and received both an LLB degree and an LLM in International Law and Global Justice. During and after her studies, she undertook various work and volunteering experiences in the legal and charity sectors before joining ITF. She is passionate about gender equality, social justice and the environment and looks forward to connecting with ITF’s partners and supporters. She is particularly interested in ITF’s holistic, community-led tree planting work.

My favourite tree – Blue Jacaranda, Jacaranda Mimosifolia

cynhia

Chris Graham

Finance Manager

Chris joined ITF in 2021. He studied Spanish and Portuguese at Nottingham University, and after initially working in language teaching and translation positions, he retrained as a Chartered Accountant and Auditor with PwC in 2008. In 2012, he left PwC to work in the charitable sector, and he has been working with Education, Climate and International Development organisations in the not-for-profit sector since then. When not working for ITF, Chris enjoys teaching Yoga and Capoeira, and spending time with his family.

My favourite tree – Coconut Palm Tree, Cocos nucifera 

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Lorna Coenen

Finance and Administrative Officer

Lorna joined ITF in November 2020 after working for a youth charity in Oxford. She has experience in all aspects of administration including finance, HR and office management. Lorna loves the impact trees can have on our wellbeing, their contribution towards the environment we live in and their natural beauty. In her spare time she volunteers for a Breast Cancer charity, supporting facilitators to run courses for survivors towards the end of their treatment. She also runs her own part time business creating fine silver jewellery. Lorna loves learning new skills, the most recent being permaculture, photography and modern calligraphy.

My favourite tree – Yew Tree, Taxus baccata

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Gloria Uwizeyimana

Programme Intern

Born and raised in Rwanda, Gloria moved to Canada in 2020 to pursue graduate studies, fully funded by MasterCard Foundation. She is studying M.Sc. Bioresources Engineering with a concentration in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) at McGill University in Montreal. As an undergraduate Gloria studied Agricultural Sciences at EARTH University, Costa Rica with a focus on agriculture sustainability and community development. She is immensely passionate about the environment and climate action and wants to dedicate her time post school to ensuring a sustainable future for all.

My favourite tree – Southern silky oak, Grevillea robusta

Gloria ITF

Dr Stephen Vickers

Chair of Trustees

Stephen is an assessment consultant and management trainer, serving as a Transnational Education Expert for UK-NARIC. He has a Politics BA (University of Sussex), International Economics MA and a PhD in Fisheries Policy (University of Warwick). After teaching and a spell as NGO representative to the Third UN Conference on the Law of the Sea, Stephen moved into the field of educational qualifications at Oxford and Cambridge and the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority. A qualified company secretary, Stephen then served successively as Chief Executive of: the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health, the British Accreditation Council, and the VTCT. His wife Rebecca is related to the botanist Dr Fred Foxworthy, who identified many Dipterocarpaceae.

My favourite tree – Olive, Olea europaea

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Maria Grecna

Vice-Chair of Trustees

Maria Grecna is Vice-Chair /Treasurer of ITF. She studied accounting at Prague School of Economics, then got her M.A. in Finance from London Business School. In 2013, she co-founded Earlwoode Partners, an investment management firm focused on residential assets in Spain. Prior to Earlwoode, Maria spent eight years as Managing Director of Värde Partners, a leading alternative asset management firm. Previously, she’s held various positions at Citi and Credit Suisse First Boston. During 2015-2019, Maria served as independent director of NH Hotel Group, one of the largest hotel chains in Spain. In February 2020, Maria joined the board of Liberbank, also as independent director. She is based in Mallorca where she lives on an organic almond and carob farm.

My favourite tree – Carob tree, Ceratonia siliqua

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Kate Schreckenberg

Trustee

Kate Schreckenberg is Professor of Environment and Development at King’s College London. Her main interests focus on community-based resource management and equity in the context of ecosystem services. Kate has 30 years research and policy experience, including fieldwork in Africa, Asia and Latin America. She has a BSc in Botany, MSc in Forestry (Oxford), and PhD in Geography (SOAS). Kate’s worked for the German Sahelian Programme, UNESCO’s Man and Biosphere Programme, World Forestry Institute in Hamburg and Overseas Development Institute. She was Director of the UK’s £43m Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation (ESPA) programme and in the past 20 years has been principal or co-investigator on research projects worth over £9 million.

My favourite tree – Apple, Malus domestica

Kate Schreckenberg, Professor in Development Geography at King's College London, and ITF Trustee

Miriam Reru

Trustee

Miriam grew up in the Kenyan highlands, where her interest in trees begun. She has a long background in Risk & Compliance across Africa and Europe. Miriam specialises in financial crime management, compliance programmes and financial inclusion initiatives such as mobile money in emerging markets. She holds an MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. In her free time, she plays an advisory role for a water conservation project in Central Kenya. Muringato Water Resource Users Association (WRUA) manages, conserves and protects water resources within its catchment area, restoring ecosystems and increasing water availability for social-economic development. Miriam plans to use her knowledge to promote fundraising via mobile money and ensure ITF has effective fraud management.

My favourite tree – Nandi flame, Spathodea campanulata

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Josiah Njore

Trustee

Josiah grew up in Kenya before moving to study Information Technology in the UK. He then joined the British Armed Forces for 7 years. He is an experienced IT professional, specializing in Data Management with consultancy experience in the Public and Private sectors. Voluntary contribution includes School Governor (6 years), Education capacity building program in Kenya and Communication Non-Executive Director at Ivybridge Link. His love for the environment started as a young child in rural and urban Kenya. Josiah hopes to bring his experience in capacity building and education programmes to inspire sustainable livelihoods through ITF both now and for generations to come.

My favourite tree – Mugumo fig, Ficus thonningii

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Mardi McBrien

Trustee

Mardi is Managing Director at the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB). For over a decade she’s played a leading role here, integrating environmental information into corporate reporting. Mardi’s eclectic career includes leading flagship campaigns for WWF, and working on the UK’s carbon market policy for the Department of Eneregy & Climate Change. She’s a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, with multiple advisory roles for bodies including Global Reporting Initiative Stakeholder Council, Corporate Reporting Dialogue, Australian Sustainable Finance Initiative and the IIRC Council. She’s qualified as a forester and environmental scientist (Melbourne University), agricultural economist (SOAS) and holds the Financial Times NED Diploma. She’s a founding Board member of WOCAN, a woman led environmental NGO. Mardi enjoys collecting gin, open-water swimming and exploring new places with her young daughters.

My favourite tree – Woolemi pine, Wollemia nobilis and mountain ash, eucalyptus regnans

Mardi 2020 cropped

Rachel Wanyoike

Trustee

Managing Director at Solidaridad Eastern and Central Africa, Rachel is a climate policy enthusiast and sustainable development professional with a strong background implementing development projects across sub-Saharan Africa. She holds an LLB from the University of Kent and an MSc in Public Policy and Human Development from Maastricht University and the United Nations University. She’s a qualified lawyer in Kenya and the UK. Rachel has a track record in policy planning, strategy development, compliance and risk management, fundraising and project management in a variety of themes including, sustainable economic growth and economic empowerment for women and youth. She also has a long-standing interest in positive change for local communities, promoting sustainable livelihoods and advocating for multi-stakeholder engagements.

My favourite tree – Acacia Tree, Acacia

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Christine Macqueen

Trustee

An economist by training with degrees from the Universities of Sheffield and Amsterdam, Christine served as a diplomat for nearly 30 years in Embassies and International organisations and from 2011 to 2021 was senior director of a Swiss company providing technology to governments worldwide to combat fraud. She is now a yoga teacher focussed on improving well-being. Christine has strong experience in strategy development, governance, compliance and risk, reputation management and partnership engagement. She has led business CSR initiatives, including policies to achieve carbon neutrality. She has professional HR qualifications and is a Chartered Member of the Institute for Personnel Development. Christine is well-placed to support ITF in developing the next phase of its strategy, international programmes and to contribute to best practices in management and external relationships.

My favourite tree – Horse Chestnut, Aesculus hippocastanum

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Liane Rainbow

Trustee

Liane has over fifteen years experience in people operations, talent acquisition and people management. She spent the early stages of her career with multinationals such as Microsoft, Morgan Stanley and Google, but has more recently transferred to a British start-up technology company called Improbable. Challenges at Improbable have included; leading company acquisitions including cultural and operations integrations; building foundation intern and graduate programmes; leading on global Diversity and Inclusion strategies; and accountability for the global transition to remote working. She believes combining her personal passion for the environment with her experience in workforce planning, culture, digital transformation, change management, data-based decision making and agile delivery methodology will benefit the ITF leadership and wider organisation.

My favourite tree – Oak, Quercus

Liane Rainbow

Prof Sir Ghillean Prance

President

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Susan Hampshire

Vice President

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Prof Julian Evans OBE

Vice President

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James Lindesay-Bethune, Earl of Lindsay

Vice President

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Prof Roger Leakey

Vice President

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Edward Green MBE

Vice President

+ Staff Team

James Whitehead

CEO

James has twenty years’ experience in development and environmental work bridging community-led local action and international policy across multiple regions. James was previously the Director of Forest Peoples Programme, an organisation supporting the rights of forest peoples globally. Prior to that he was Oxfam GB’s Global Innovation Lead supporting creative solutions to overcoming poverty. He was Oxfam’s Regional Programme Manager for the Middle East before which he was International Director for Progressio, a UK-based INGO working on sustainable livelihoods, climate change, civil society and governance. He has an MBA and is passionate about advancing social justice while addressing climate change.

My favourite tree –  Common Oak, Quercus Robur

James in tree (2)

Teresa Gitonga

Kenya Programme Manager

Teresa joined ITF in 2018, previously she worked as a Senior Programme Manager at thee Green Belt Movement which was founded by the late Nobel Laureate Wangari Maathai. Teresa Studied Environmental Science at the undergraduate level and a Master’s degree in Project Planning and Management from the University of Nairobi. Teresa has over 10 years’ experience empowering community based organisations in environmental management, forest and water resource management, programme Coordination, Community mobilization, Resource Mobilization and gender integration in Natural resource management. In her free time, Teresa love walking and Exploring nature.

My favourite tree – African Cherry, Prunus africana

Teresa cropped

Sam Pearce

UK & Ireland Programme Manager

Sam joined ITF in September 2019. He read Music at Oxford before receiving an MSc in Marine Environmental Management at York. Since then, he’s worked as a freelancer in conservation and campaigning, living and working in London, Moscow, Azores, and across the Middle East. Most recently his work’s been in topics such as coral reef restoration, illegal fishing and cetacean conservation. He’s even worked on sailing boats looking for whales. As a teenager he read ‘The Man Who Planted Trees’ by Jean Giono, and since then has been fascinated by the possibilities of large-scale landscape restoration. Sam is a qualified sailor, keen diver and daily narrowboater. In his free-time he enjoys being outdoors, be it walking, rock climbing, swimming or camping.

My favourite tree – Scots Pine, Pinus sylvestris

Sam Pearce sialing

Moses Korir

Project Officer, Kenya

Moses graduated from the Egerton University with a BSc in Integrated Forest Resources management. Moses has a love for nature and trees and a variety of experience as a forest nursery techician. His favourite hobbies are reading and playing football. He is based in Embu County, giving day to day support to local Community Based Organisations with tree nurseries, planting plans, monitoring and evaluation and capacity building. Korir’s favourite part of ITF work is promoting environmental stewardship among local communities, increasing forest cover and benefiting those participating.

My favourite tree – Southern silky oak, Grevillea robusta

Moses Korir crop1

Esther Spencer

Communication and Engagement Manager

Esther joined ITF in December 2020, bringing with her seven years’ experience of charity communications. After graduating in English Language and creative writing, Esther started working for a large international development charity and has remained in the third sector ever since. She has worked across fundraising, marketing and communications in both social care and international aid charities. Esther is particularly interested in ITF’s emphasis on the awe that trees bring and how nature is integral for our mental health.

My favourite tree – Blue Jacaranda, Jacaranda mimosifolia

fbt

Cynthia Monari

Supporter Care Assistant

Cynthia joined ITF in October 2021. She studied law at the University of Sheffield and received both an LLB degree and an LLM in International Law and Global Justice. During and after her studies, she undertook various work and volunteering experiences in the legal and charity sectors before joining ITF. She is passionate about gender equality, social justice and the environment and looks forward to connecting with ITF’s partners and supporters. She is particularly interested in ITF’s holistic, community-led tree planting work.

My favourite tree – Blue Jacaranda, Jacaranda Mimosifolia

cynhia

Chris Graham

Finance Manager

Chris joined ITF in 2021. He studied Spanish and Portuguese at Nottingham University, and after initially working in language teaching and translation positions, he retrained as a Chartered Accountant and Auditor with PwC in 2008. In 2012, he left PwC to work in the charitable sector, and he has been working with Education, Climate and International Development organisations in the not-for-profit sector since then. When not working for ITF, Chris enjoys teaching Yoga and Capoeira, and spending time with his family.

My favourite tree – Coconut Palm Tree, Cocos nucifera 

chris graham profile photo

Lorna Coenen

Finance and Administrative Officer

Lorna joined ITF in November 2020 after working for a youth charity in Oxford. She has experience in all aspects of administration including finance, HR and office management. Lorna loves the impact trees can have on our wellbeing, their contribution towards the environment we live in and their natural beauty. In her spare time she volunteers for a Breast Cancer charity, supporting facilitators to run courses for survivors towards the end of their treatment. She also runs her own part time business creating fine silver jewellery. Lorna loves learning new skills, the most recent being permaculture, photography and modern calligraphy.

My favourite tree – Yew Tree, Taxus baccata

Lorna photo3

Gloria Uwizeyimana

Programme Intern

Born and raised in Rwanda, Gloria moved to Canada in 2020 to pursue graduate studies, fully funded by MasterCard Foundation. She is studying M.Sc. Bioresources Engineering with a concentration in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) at McGill University in Montreal. As an undergraduate Gloria studied Agricultural Sciences at EARTH University, Costa Rica with a focus on agriculture sustainability and community development. She is immensely passionate about the environment and climate action and wants to dedicate her time post school to ensuring a sustainable future for all.

My favourite tree – Southern silky oak, Grevillea robusta

Gloria ITF
+ Trustee Team

Dr Stephen Vickers

Chair of Trustees

Stephen is an assessment consultant and management trainer, serving as a Transnational Education Expert for UK-NARIC. He has a Politics BA (University of Sussex), International Economics MA and a PhD in Fisheries Policy (University of Warwick). After teaching and a spell as NGO representative to the Third UN Conference on the Law of the Sea, Stephen moved into the field of educational qualifications at Oxford and Cambridge and the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority. A qualified company secretary, Stephen then served successively as Chief Executive of: the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health, the British Accreditation Council, and the VTCT. His wife Rebecca is related to the botanist Dr Fred Foxworthy, who identified many Dipterocarpaceae.

My favourite tree – Olive, Olea europaea

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Maria Grecna

Vice-Chair of Trustees

Maria Grecna is Vice-Chair /Treasurer of ITF. She studied accounting at Prague School of Economics, then got her M.A. in Finance from London Business School. In 2013, she co-founded Earlwoode Partners, an investment management firm focused on residential assets in Spain. Prior to Earlwoode, Maria spent eight years as Managing Director of Värde Partners, a leading alternative asset management firm. Previously, she’s held various positions at Citi and Credit Suisse First Boston. During 2015-2019, Maria served as independent director of NH Hotel Group, one of the largest hotel chains in Spain. In February 2020, Maria joined the board of Liberbank, also as independent director. She is based in Mallorca where she lives on an organic almond and carob farm.

My favourite tree – Carob tree, Ceratonia siliqua

Maria crop2

Kate Schreckenberg

Trustee

Kate Schreckenberg is Professor of Environment and Development at King’s College London. Her main interests focus on community-based resource management and equity in the context of ecosystem services. Kate has 30 years research and policy experience, including fieldwork in Africa, Asia and Latin America. She has a BSc in Botany, MSc in Forestry (Oxford), and PhD in Geography (SOAS). Kate’s worked for the German Sahelian Programme, UNESCO’s Man and Biosphere Programme, World Forestry Institute in Hamburg and Overseas Development Institute. She was Director of the UK’s £43m Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation (ESPA) programme and in the past 20 years has been principal or co-investigator on research projects worth over £9 million.

My favourite tree – Apple, Malus domestica

Kate Schreckenberg, Professor in Development Geography at King's College London, and ITF Trustee

Miriam Reru

Trustee

Miriam grew up in the Kenyan highlands, where her interest in trees begun. She has a long background in Risk & Compliance across Africa and Europe. Miriam specialises in financial crime management, compliance programmes and financial inclusion initiatives such as mobile money in emerging markets. She holds an MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. In her free time, she plays an advisory role for a water conservation project in Central Kenya. Muringato Water Resource Users Association (WRUA) manages, conserves and protects water resources within its catchment area, restoring ecosystems and increasing water availability for social-economic development. Miriam plans to use her knowledge to promote fundraising via mobile money and ensure ITF has effective fraud management.

My favourite tree – Nandi flame, Spathodea campanulata

Miriam Reru_1

Josiah Njore

Trustee

Josiah grew up in Kenya before moving to study Information Technology in the UK. He then joined the British Armed Forces for 7 years. He is an experienced IT professional, specializing in Data Management with consultancy experience in the Public and Private sectors. Voluntary contribution includes School Governor (6 years), Education capacity building program in Kenya and Communication Non-Executive Director at Ivybridge Link. His love for the environment started as a young child in rural and urban Kenya. Josiah hopes to bring his experience in capacity building and education programmes to inspire sustainable livelihoods through ITF both now and for generations to come.

My favourite tree – Mugumo fig, Ficus thonningii

josh_image_cropped3

Mardi McBrien

Trustee

Mardi is Managing Director at the Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB). For over a decade she’s played a leading role here, integrating environmental information into corporate reporting. Mardi’s eclectic career includes leading flagship campaigns for WWF, and working on the UK’s carbon market policy for the Department of Eneregy & Climate Change. She’s a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, with multiple advisory roles for bodies including Global Reporting Initiative Stakeholder Council, Corporate Reporting Dialogue, Australian Sustainable Finance Initiative and the IIRC Council. She’s qualified as a forester and environmental scientist (Melbourne University), agricultural economist (SOAS) and holds the Financial Times NED Diploma. She’s a founding Board member of WOCAN, a woman led environmental NGO. Mardi enjoys collecting gin, open-water swimming and exploring new places with her young daughters.

My favourite tree – Woolemi pine, Wollemia nobilis and mountain ash, eucalyptus regnans

Mardi 2020 cropped

Rachel Wanyoike

Trustee

Managing Director at Solidaridad Eastern and Central Africa, Rachel is a climate policy enthusiast and sustainable development professional with a strong background implementing development projects across sub-Saharan Africa. She holds an LLB from the University of Kent and an MSc in Public Policy and Human Development from Maastricht University and the United Nations University. She’s a qualified lawyer in Kenya and the UK. Rachel has a track record in policy planning, strategy development, compliance and risk management, fundraising and project management in a variety of themes including, sustainable economic growth and economic empowerment for women and youth. She also has a long-standing interest in positive change for local communities, promoting sustainable livelihoods and advocating for multi-stakeholder engagements.

My favourite tree – Acacia Tree, Acacia

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Christine Macqueen

Trustee

An economist by training with degrees from the Universities of Sheffield and Amsterdam, Christine served as a diplomat for nearly 30 years in Embassies and International organisations and from 2011 to 2021 was senior director of a Swiss company providing technology to governments worldwide to combat fraud. She is now a yoga teacher focussed on improving well-being. Christine has strong experience in strategy development, governance, compliance and risk, reputation management and partnership engagement. She has led business CSR initiatives, including policies to achieve carbon neutrality. She has professional HR qualifications and is a Chartered Member of the Institute for Personnel Development. Christine is well-placed to support ITF in developing the next phase of its strategy, international programmes and to contribute to best practices in management and external relationships.

My favourite tree – Horse Chestnut, Aesculus hippocastanum

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Liane Rainbow

Trustee

Liane has over fifteen years experience in people operations, talent acquisition and people management. She spent the early stages of her career with multinationals such as Microsoft, Morgan Stanley and Google, but has more recently transferred to a British start-up technology company called Improbable. Challenges at Improbable have included; leading company acquisitions including cultural and operations integrations; building foundation intern and graduate programmes; leading on global Diversity and Inclusion strategies; and accountability for the global transition to remote working. She believes combining her personal passion for the environment with her experience in workforce planning, culture, digital transformation, change management, data-based decision making and agile delivery methodology will benefit the ITF leadership and wider organisation.

My favourite tree – Oak, Quercus

Liane Rainbow
+ Honorary

Prof Sir Ghillean Prance

President

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Susan Hampshire

Vice President

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Prof Julian Evans OBE

Vice President

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James Lindesay-Bethune, Earl of Lindsay

Vice President

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Prof Roger Leakey

Vice President

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Edward Green MBE

Vice President