Fiona Mann Founder & CEO
Amy GarrettMother Companions Manager
Amy studied Antenatal Education with the National Childbirth Trust (NCT) and then went on to
train as a Doula and is a recognised birth doula with Doula UK. She has a background in marketing and sales for social housing projects and has completed voluntary placements for a number of Bristol based charities.
Domonique Sakoilsky Volunteer Supervisor
Gail Mann Finance Coordinator
Maddie HarrisWellbeing & Advocacy Coordinator
In 2016, she set up Humans for Rights Network in 2016, an independent organisation created to facilitate the documentation of Human rights abuses against refugees and asylum seekers throughout Europe. She is also co-creator of Refugee Solidarity Summit.
Rachel LoweCommunity Project Assistant
Sophia HankeProjects Coordinator
Wendy Cox Policy & Specialist Needs Advisor
and counsellor. Wendy has demonstrable experience as a sexual health worker supporting people with HIV including women with substance misuse issues and women working in the sex industry. Wendy more recently coordinated a bereavement service open to anyone who had lost a baby or child. She brings a profound understanding of the needs of vulnerable women to the role.
Dr Loubaba MamlukChair of Trustees
Having worked for various large and small organisations, she is hoping to bring her experience and knowledge to Project Mama.
She has two young children and this inspired her to apply to PM because she knows how tough becoming a mother can be in the best of circumstances and is really looking forward to being part of this fantastic organisation.
Jen Gerrard Treasurer
Dr. Michal Nahman
Her research includes border security developments and its impacts on human rights and for people on the move, including climate migrants. In 2015 for gave a TedX talk called “Dismantling the Border Security Mantra”. In 2019 she organised the first conference in Bristol designed to foster discussion on climate change and migration with community members.
She has worked with refugees in the UK, Turkey and Germany, including being former Director of Bristol based charity Borderlands. She has also been the founder of several projects, including Life Jackets for Refugees – the first project to get high quality to refugees making the crossing from Turkey to Greece.
Amy de Havilland-Hall
Before becoming a midwife Aly was a dental technician, she became passionate about human rights, especially women’s, after 3 months of volunteering in a hospital in Africa.
In her first months in the UK she worked as a nanny in London, an experience that gave her a better understanding of motherhood beyond the delivery suite and postnatal ward.