Roger Mitty

Chairman of the MAF UK Board

Roger worked in the not-for-profit sector for 36 years, mostly as a business management and fundraising consultant.

Gareth Mitchell

Vice Chairman of the MAF UK Board

Gareth is chief executive of a local authority housing company and has spent a number of years in senior management roles in local government.  Gareth's professional background is in marketing and communications, both in the public sector and in the motor industry, and his interest in the work of MAF was prompted by a visit to the Uganda programme in 2011.

Rev Anthony Buckley

Anthony came to know and love MAF when he was ordained and moved to Folkestone for ten years.

Diana White

For 12 years, Diana was Director of a network of European Christian relief and development agencies, in which MAF was an active member.

Ian Bromilow

Ian spent his working career with Royal Dutch Shell, latterly as a General Manager/Country Chariman. Having spent most of his career overseas, he has first-hand experience of MAF. Today, he is actively involved in the voluntary sector.

Richard Jones

Richard is Commercial Operations Director of an animal conservation charity, with great experience in accountancy, finance and risk management. He has been an MAF supporter for 20 years after an MAF family visited his home church.

David West

David has a strong background in HR spanning the public, private and voluntary sectors. He is currently Chief Operating Officer for the international aid charity Computers 4 Africa.

Matthew Burton

Matthew is a Partner of a national firm of Chartered Accountants. His interest in MAF dates back to boyhood and was inspired by his grandfather who was a missionary in northern Nigeria. He is Chairman of the Trustees of New Growth Ministries – a small Christian charity operating in Zimbabwe. In his spare time he enjoys his Private Pilots Licence.

He is married to Ali and has three daughters. Together they worship at a church near their home in Essex.

Stuart Sendall-King

President Emeritus of MAF International.

After serving with the RAF in World War II, Stuart chose to join two other RAF officers and one Naval officer in the founding of MAF.

He continues to play an active role 70 years later!