Lorna is Co-Director at Caplor Horizons. She has previously held leadership roles within the UK not-for-profit sector. Her first degree focused on anthropology and comparative religion. Her Masters is in Environmental Ethics. Lorna ran her own business - as a complementary healthcare practitioner - before concentrating on environmental and community development at local and national levels in the UK. Previously she also held responsibility for coordinating an umbrella organisation in the UK not for profit sector. Lorna has worked extensively in international development: this has involved facilitating and leading programmes, at strategic and other levels, with very diverse organisations and groups in over 15 countries.
Ian is Co-Director of Caplor Horizons. He holds a BSc in Agriculture and a MSc in International Development, Economics and Marketing. He completed a PhD in Strategic Change in the not for profit sector. He has held Honorary positions at Cass and Worcester Business Schools. The NGO that he led for 16 years is called United Purpose. It grew to have a sfaff of over 600 and its income rose from £2 to £23 million p.a. whilst he was CEO. Ian has also been a non-executive Director of Haygrove, an international horticultural organisation, since it was founded. Ian is Chair of the Advisory Board of Caplor Energy, a leading renewable energy business. He’s facilitated and led programmes with a wide range of organisations in more than 15 countries.
Director of development
Rosie is the Programmes and Partnerships Coordinator at Caplor Horizons. She is motivated to address issues relating to sustainability, poverty reduction and gender equality. Rosie graduated with a 1st class degree from the University of Cambridge. Prior to Caplor Horizons, 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 at Caplor Horizons, Rosie works closely with the Advisors and representatives of organisations on activities to help bring about effective change. She has worked with not for profit organisations across the UK and internationally, including, for instance, in Ireland, India and The Gambia.
Organisational Development Advisor
Dan has leadership, board and management experience in the not-for-profit sector: this included a longstanding involvement - in various key leadership positions, including Deputy Chair - of an international development NGO called United Purpose; also with the UK's leading foodbank charity, The Trussell Trust. Dan was previously responsible for a UK business with 285 staff: the income of this grew from £4 to £40 million per year when he was leader. Dan holds a BSc in Agriculture and an MSc in International Development, Marketing and Economics. He has worked in international development in over 15 countries. Dan has been actively involved with Caplor Horizons since it was established and is a member of the core team.