James has many years experience of managing educational projects throughout Asia and Africa. Working alongside NGOs, governments and the private sector, James has worked to promote education for the most vulnerable groups in society. Prior to this, James completed a Master's at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London.
Tom has a wide range of experience both within teaching in the UK and project management within the charity sector in Ghana. Tom worked closely with James in the setting up of the first pilot school in Wioso. He now oversees all academic strategic decisions.
Freya has been working with charities all her life and has volunteered and worked in Kenya, Tanzania and Calcutta. She has BA Hons in Sociology and an MSc in Public Health Management.
Terry is an associate member of the institute of chartered management accountants and has worked in a variety of companies from multinationals to small family run organisations. Terry will be responsible for all aspects of the accounting functions of Alma Mater, and his wealth of expertise is invaluable.
Christopher is a retired Management Consultant who started a hugely successful international consulting firm in London, has been on the board of many companies and charities and was integral to establishing the Organic Research Centre.
Ben is an experienced aid worker who has spent his entire career working on agricultural and rural development projects in a number of African countries. He is currently a board member to a farming organization in Kenya, whilst he completes his PhD in Holland.
Jason has many years of experience in agricultural development in West Africa. As a Peace Corps Volunteer in Burkina Faso from 2011 - 2013, he oversaw local-level agricultural education initiatives and served as President of its Food Security Task Force. Jason holds an MS in International Agricultural Development from UC Davis with a research focus on vocational agricultural education and experiential learning.