Naomi Ditchfield is another Founder Trustee of Tigers4Ever. She has two 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 'Chichi' and was inspired to help save wild pandas and bought a mug which she still has. Naomi was told there were not many left in the wild so when she was older she joined WWF to help them continue their work with trying to save animals and their habitat. Now Naomi is trying to do her bit to save endangered tigers with Tigers4Ever. 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 and photographer who has made many trips to different national parks in India to understand and photograph the most majestic and elusive of the big cats. She has formed firm bonds with India’s tiger conservation community and the tigers of Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
David is a qualified accountant and a member of the CPFA Charities and Social Enterprises Panel as well as a 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.
Jeremy Valentine is a Trustee of Tigers4Ever. He has had a lifelong interest in the environment, wildlife and their conservation. Jeremy supports a range of UK based community charities as trustee, and has an interest in the work of Tigers4Ever in both supporting the long term survival of these magnificent animals, and in its support for local communities and villages around the tiger reserves in India. He is a qualified accountant and member of the CIPFA Charities and Social Enterprise Panel. He is committed to giving practical support to develop Tigers4Ever and its exciting development projects for the tiger reserves in India. Jeremy is jointly responsible for Governance of the Tigers4Ever Board of Trustees with effect from April 2017.
Ben W Worth is a Trustee of Tigers4Ever. 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.
Who We Are
Shaer Halewood is a Trustee of Tigers4Ever. Shaer has a general interest in wildlife and in supporting charities and their communities. Shaer works in Local Government and is a CIPFA qualified accountant. Shaer volunteers on a regular basis for CIPFA offering support to its members and students in the North West by organising events and raising sponsorship. Shaer also maintains three social media channels on behalf of CIPFA North West. Shaer is also a Community Governor of Waverton Primary School. Shaer is responsible monitoring and managing the risk register for the Tigers4Ever Board of Trustees with effect from January 2017. Shaer is also jointly responsible for Governance of the Tigers4Ever Board of Trustees with effect from April 2017.
Our Patrons: Martin Clowes has been a Patron of Tigers4Ever since 04 March 2013, you can read his bio below. Lauren Maddox became Tigers4Ever’s second patron on 28 February 2017 and Susan Fisher-
More details about our Patron Lauren to follow soon.
Martin Clowes became a Tigers4Ever Patron in March 2013. Martin has for the past 20 years worked in Animal welfare, conservation and rescue. He is the founder of Jemima’s Place Animal Trust, which rescues and re-
Martin uses his role as patron to Fundraise and 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 2018, in his role as patron, to see the work done by Tigers4Ever, himself.
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