Naomi Ditchfield is a Founder Trustee of Tigers4Ever. She has two grown up children aged 22 & 18. She is visually impaired, but that doesn't stop her getting involved in projects that she believes in. Naomi’s first memory of endangered species was back in the early 70's, when as a child, she visited London zoo, saw a panda called 'Chi-
Naomi is also a Trustee for the Bradbury Fields Services for Blind & Partially Sighted People Charity.
Dr. Corinne Taylor-
Corinne is a Scientist, wildlife conservationist & photographer who has made many trips to different national parks in India to understand & photograph the most majestic & elusive of the big cats. She has formed firm bonds with India’s tiger conservation community & the tigers of Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
David is a qualified accountant & a member of the CPFA North West Council as well as a Pension Fund Trustee. David is a keen cyclist and has raised thousands of pounds cycling for Tigers4Ever. David’s photographs can been seen on this website and selected images are available for purchase from 500px to help raise funds to save wild tigers.
David is jointly responsible for monitoring & managing the risk register for the Tigers4Ever Board of Trustees with Dr. Sean Axon (see below) with effect from July 2018.
Who We Are
Our Patrons: Martin Clowes became a Patron of Tigers4Ever on 04 March 2013. Lauren Maddox became Tigers4Ever’s second patron on 28 February 2017 and Susan Fisher-
Martin Clowes became a Tigers4Ever Patron in March 2013. Martin has worked in Animal welfare, conservation & rescue for the past 20 years. He is the founder of Jemima’s Place Animal Trust, which rescues & re-
Martin uses his role as patron to Fundraise & promote Tigers4Ever through the highly successful “Pugfest” which he runs, all around the UK, with his son Robert Clowes; making many tv and radio appearances in that capacity. He’s looking forward to his first trip to India, in his role as patron, to see the work done by Tigers4Ever, himself.
New Trustees: Tigers4Ever is currently in the process of appointing further new trustees who will help us to face our future challenges in wild tiger conservation over the next three years or more. Once these appointments are finalised the new trustees’ details and photographs will be added to this page.
Lauren Maddox became Tigers4Ever’s second Patron on 28 February 2017.
Lauren has been an animal activist for over 10 years & first became a vegetarian when she was little, becoming a raw vegan about 13 years ago. She is the presenter of the documentary currently in production, called 'Bearing Witness', being filmed in Toronto, Canada, England, Europe & across the U.S. as well as Asia. Lauren is actively involved with the Save Movement whose groups have spread all across Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe with vigils to pay respect for the lives of thousands of farmed animals, such as pigs, chickens, ducks, rabbits & fish, who are on their way to slaughter houses across the World. Lauren says “As you read these very words, genocide is taking place on a mass scale to so many species”. Lauren believes that we have to stand up for the innocent sentient beings who don't have a voice & raising awareness on this as well as in relation to animals that are about to become killed, so as to become extinct, is what she is dedicating her life to.
Lauren uses film as a medium to help raise consciousness on the planet & so that everyone realises that all animals have a soul & must be treated the same as any other being. Lauren says “We are all one & must be treated that way, if there is ever to be peace in this World”. She will be acting in films such as 'A Tiger's Cry', co-
Lauren is proud to have been chosen as a Patron for Tigers4Ever & hopes to create a documentary about our much needed aid & work to stop Tigers from being killed in Bandhavgarh, India. Poaching is bringing tiger numbers dangerously low & if it continues, they will become extinct. Lauren is looking forward to going out to India with Tigers4Ever in 2018 or 2019 to see the villages and to film their hard work.
Susan owns the copyright and is the Producer of a new film “A Tiger’s Cry” which documents the lives of a couple struggling to save wild tigers and their diminishing habitat spanning a period of over 70 years.
Susan is an entrepreneur who has results oriented experience in both corporate entities & film production in both the USA & globally.
Susan is also a long time campaigner for animal & human welfare, & has promoted her interests in these areas through a series of campaigns & fundraising initiatives.
Susan, like Tigers4Ever, believes that wild tigers deserve to have a wild future & has been interested in our wild tiger conservation efforts for some time. Susan will, through her role as Tigers4Ever Patron, promote the work being done by us to give wild tigers wild futures and raise awareness of the day to day threats facing wild tiger survival.
Our Trustees: Tigers4Ever Trustees are unpaid volunteers who work tirelessly to ensure that Tigers4Ever is well run in accordance with Charities Commission regulations AND to ensure that Tigers4Ever can meet its objective of ensuring that wild tigers will have a wild future. Our trustee details can be seen below.
Kieron Casey became a Trustee of Tigers4Ever in November 2017. Kieron has a background in digital marketing, and has worked for multiple brands and institutions helping them to raise their online profile. He now hopes to use the skills which he has acquired throughout his career to date, to help give a voice to wild tigers and the natural world.
Kieron is a committed vegan, who is dedicated to animal welfare and conservation. He aims to do whatever he can to help Tigers4Ever grow to meet its challenges over the next few years. His main inspiration for protecting wildlife is his daughter who has taught Kieron to view animals with compassion and infinite wonder – he now hopes to inspire others to feel the same.
Gemma L Baker became a Trustee of Tigers4Ever in November 2017. Gemma is passionate about animals and animal welfare so was keen to join Tigers4Ever to fulfil her ambition to make a real difference for wild animals.
Gemma recently graduated from Liverpool John Moores University, where she studied animal behaviour. She currently works as an area manager for Amazon and was actively involved in establishing a Korfball club in her home town of Norwich.
When asked, Gemma said: “I have always had an interest in Tigers having grown up obsessed with them”. Gemma also uses her skills in animal behaviour to assist with medical detection dogs on her day off.
Gemma will assist Tigers4Ever with fundraising and its social media channels as we seek to raise awareness of the wild tigers’ plight.
Sarah J Jones became a Trustee of Tigers4Ever on 10 February 2018. Sarah has a background in fundraising, and has worked for multiple third sector organisations helping them to raise much needed funds for their charitable endeavours. She now hopes to use these skills to help Tigers4Ever’s quest to give wild tigers a wild future.
Sarah remembers being captivated by Tigers during her first trip to Chester zoo as a child. As she got older she felt for those held in captivity, strongly believing there must be a better way to protect these animals in their natural habitat. Sarah is relishing the opportunity to work with Tigers4Ever as she has a real empathy for its aims and objectives. Sarah has always been interested in supporting conservation and the environment. Sarah believes that she can use her fundraising strategy skills to help Tigers4Ever to grow to meet the challenges it has set in its 5-
Dr. Sean A. Axon became a Trustee of Tigers4Ever on 31 March 2018. Sean has had a lifelong passion for the natural world, wildlife and in particular, tigers. He sponsors tiger projects in India and Nepal; and brings a broad background in science and technology, corporate affairs and sustainability to the Tigers4Ever team. He has previously been a chair of the Board of Trustees for a faith-
On joining Tigers4Ever, Sean said: “I am excited and delighted to have been invited to join the Board of Trustees of Tigers4Ever. My aim is to use my personal and business skills to help the team drive forward the future strategy of the charity, and enable us to make a real impact on the protection and long-
Sean will assist Tigers4Ever with Risk Management and environmental impact/sustainability issues as we seek to give wild tigers a wild future.
Sean is jointly responsible for monitoring & managing the risk register for the Tigers4Ever Board of Trustees with effect from July 2018 with David Taylor-
Sean is also responsible for Governance of the Tigers4Ever Board of Trustees with effect from April 2018 and is the Tigers4Ever Data protection Officer with effect from 30 July 2018.
Ben W Worth became a Trustee of Tigers4Ever in September 2017. Ben is passionate about using his marketing expertise to help good causes, he is currently working for an outdoor education charity and has been involved in various volunteer activities. Ben became a Trustee of Tigers4Ever on 02 September 2017, he has over 10 years of experience in marketing, and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing. Ben has a keen interest in wildlife and travel and therefore his work with Tigers4Ever is a great way of combining many of his interests within one project. Ben will help Tigers4Ever to develop its marketing strategy to help us face our future challenges.
Paul J A Hill became a Trustee of Tigers4Ever on 01 September 2018. Paul brings with him a unique mix of skills & expertise in creative design, computer science, technology, project management & teaching. Paul is very passionate about conservation causes, animal welfare & environmental issues, & their impact on people & animals.
Paul previously worked with The Green Party supporting local green initiatives in Lytham Saint Annes, Lancashire. Being inspired to promote the good work already done & the future goals of Tigers4Ever is a key motivator for Paul. He commented that tigers remained an enigmatic symbol of strength for many people & that sustaining their species in their wild natural habitat is important for the prosperity of future generations.
"It is an honour to embrace this opportunity, working with this dedicated team of professionals who care so deeply & passionately about these incredible, beautiful, powerful animals. It is my aim to help the team to overcome any future wild tiger conservation issues over the next 3 years, by utilising my professional network, skills & experience to benefit the tigers & the people who share their territories."
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