Lorna is Co-Director of Caplor Horizons. Previously, her work included leadership roles within the UK not-for-profit sector.
Highly self-motivated, Lorna has a broad base of skills, a depth of understanding of sustainability and a track record of turning ideas into reality. She has consistently focused on personal, organisational and international development.
Lorna's first degree focused on anthropology and comparative religion. At Masters level she studied Environmental Ethics. Outside Caplor Horizons, her interests include ongoing personal development and enjoying the adventures of parenthood! She is a keen appreciator of other cultures, including through literature, art and dance.
Ian is Co-Director of Caplor Horizons. Following studies in Agriculture, Management and Marketing, he completed a PhD in Strategy and has held honorary positions at Cass Business School and Worcester Business School.
He is a former long-standing CEO of an International NGO and a specialist in organisational effectiveness and change. He is also a highly experienced facilitator and enjoys working with diverse organisations and teams.
The NGO that he led for 16 years is United Purpose (formerly Concern Universal). During this time it grew successfully from £2m to £23m expenditure per annum. He is also non-executive Director of Haygrove, a dynamic international horticultural business (over £100m turnover), and Chair of the Advisory Board of Caplor Energy, a leading renewable energy business.
Ian greatly enjoys all sorts of things and most of all being a grand-parent!
Programmes and Partnerships Coordinator
Rosie is the Programmes and Partnerships Coordinator at Caplor Horizons. She has recently graduated with a 1st class degree from the University of Cambridge in the UK. She is motivated to address issues relating to sustainability, poverty reduction and gender equality. Rosie has spent time working in the UK not-for-profit sector and in Kenya, where she contributed to educational initiatives with rural communities.
As part of the team, Rosie works closely with the Advisors and representatives of organisations we work with on activities to help bring about effective change.
Organisational Development Advisor
Dan has a background and education in food and agriculture with a specific focus on business management, economics and marketing.
Dan also has leadership, board level and management experience in the not-for-profit sector including an international relief and development NGO and the UK's leading foodbank charity, with experience of working in 14 countries in Africa over the last 25 years.
For 9 years, Dan was Managing Director of a family business. And prior to this he was Operations Director for 4 years. The business operated in the UK dairy supply chain. It grew from £4m to £40m turnover per year, whilst he was leader and ultimately employed 285 people.
Dan has a proven track record of small business acquisitions in the UK, having successfully acquired 9 such entities and successfully project managed and integrated these into existing operations. He also has experience of successfully negotiating purchase and supply contracts varying in value from £1m - £12m and the provision of advice on strategy to smaller independent businesses.
Today, Dan works as an advisor with the aim of sharing his leadership and management experiences with the not-for-profit sector to allow individuals and organisations to develop sustainably and successfully.