Stephanie has managed development and emergency programs in South East Asia for over 15 years. She works in partnership with civil society groups and community-based organisations in Myanmar to build organisational and institutional capacity. At Prospect Burma, she has been responsible for developing country program strategy, and for the evaluation of programmes.
Richard Atterbury has a long-standing interest in charities and years of hands-on experience in the sector, including as Chairman of Eastside Young Leaders Academy, trustee of QPR in the Community Trust and Parayhouse School, and a member of the fundraising committee for the Mary Rose Trust. He has also established a charity, With Love All Things Are Possible, focused on supporting special needs education in Myanmar.
Richard is Chairman and Partner of AGFE, a financial services company based in London, and has spent 28 years in the financial services industry in Europe and the US. He is also a board member of the Soros Economic Development Fund, which supports economic development in post-conflict countries and in nations transitioning to democracy.
Martin Smith has researched and reported about Burma/Myanmar since the early 1980s for a variety of media, non-governmental and academic organisations, and he was an independent expert member of the former Three Diseases Fund Board.
Josh Htet is a Prospect Burma alumnus. PB supported him in his legal education at BPP Law School in London and then at New College, Oxford University. He now works as a solicitor at a magic circle law firm in London and divides his time between London and Yangon as work dictates. He also writes and sings Burmese folk music in his spare time and released an EP in aid of Prospect Burma available here.
Michael Marett-Crosby obtained an M.A. and D.Phil from Oxford University and trained as a Catholic priest. Since 2010, he has worked for the growth of civil society and democracy in Myanmar, in which education plays a key role. As well as Prospect Burma, he currently serves as a Trustee of the The Rangoon General Hospital Reinvigoration Charitable Trust and the Lucy Faithfull Foundation, and is CEO of the Suu Foundation. He frequently travels to Myanmar to advance health and education projects in the country and to support the implementation of the late Dr Kofi Annan’s Rakhine Advisory Commission.
Former reporter for an English language newspaper in Rangoon. Freelance writer, producer and director who also teaches TV/Film Drama – acting, directing, producing and writing – both in the UK and abroad.
Information Assistant with the USIS in Burma for several years before joining the BBC in London as a producer in 1983. She rose to be head of the Burmese section there in 1997 the first Asian woman to reach that level. From 1999 to 2001 she worked as a Field Reporter for the BBC in their Bangkok office. Since retirement she has been able to spend more time in Burma.
A writer specialising in Burma and China, a published photographer, documentary film producer and researcher. Her publications have focused on Asian travel, history and culture including books on Burma.
A Cambridge University law graduate, former solicitor and mother of four, Lindy has been involved with Prospect Burma for many years. Her husband was born in Burma and she was already a supporter of the charity before she became a volunteer in the Prospect Burma office in 2006. She has been a trustee since 2007 and was elected Vice Chair in 2017. Lindy Supports Prospect Burma in many ways; in addition to her role as trustee, Lindy serves on the finance and risk, ethics and fundraising sub-committees, as well as events committees.