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Tdh UK: Our Team

Tricia Young, CEO
Tricia joined Tdh UK as CEO in July 2018. She was previously director of the charity Child to Child, a post she held for eight years. Her work promoting and upholding children's rights gives her a wealth of experience to add to Terre des hommes’ work protecting children at risk, improving their access to healthcare, and providing emergency aid to children who need it most.


Tom Fitzpatrick, Business Development Officer
Tom is the Business Development Officer for Tdh UK, having joined the organisation in March 2018. He has worked for various international development organisations in communications, programmes and institutional partnerships roles.


Kristen Hope, Research and Advocacy Coordinator, Access to Justice Programme
For over a decade, Kristen has worked in research and advocacy in the field of children’s rights. Her work attempts to transform the principle of empowerment into practice by using action-oriented research and participatory approaches, contributing to building virtuous circles that transform policies and practices at macro level while catalysing positive, real-life changes for children and their families at micro level.


Lisa Médard, Communications Officer
Lisa joined Tdh UK as the Communications Officer in May 2019. A civil and biological systems engineer, and with a Masters in Advanced Global Studies / Development Practice from SciencesPo Paris School of International Affairs, Lisa's 18 year career has included agricultural supply-chain quality assurance, flood defence, and development-sector advocacy and communications.


Rosalind Carter, Fundraising and Communications Assistant
Rosalind joined Tdh UK in April 2020 as the Fundraising and Communications Assistant, after gaining experience in campaigning and communications for sustainable food charity. Having previously graduated from the University of Liverpool with a degree in Hispanic Studies, Rosalind is currently studying for an MSc in Environment, Politics and Development at SOAS.



Nikhil Roy, Chair of Trustees
Nikhil Roy is an independent consultant working on issues relating to child rights and child development including justice for children, bonded and forced labour, child trafficking, and street-connected children. His most recent training has been as a Restorative Justice Facilitator (January 2020) and he has been a guest lecturer at the Institute for Child Rights in Sion (Switzerland) during 2019 (and previously). He assisted with the drafting of the final Declaration following the World Congress on Justice for Children (Paris, May 2018). Other recent assignments include documenting juvenile justice reform processes in India and developing indicators to measure progress on implementation of UN CRC’s General Comment 21. He has previously worked with Penal Reform International, Save the Children UK, Anti-Slavery International, Minority Rights Group International and Amnesty International.


John Beverley, Treasurer
John Beverley is a retired accountant, resident in Portugal. His career was spent largely in the UK voluntary sector, working with charities such as Shelter, WaterAid, Oxfam & Red Cross


Dee Jethwa, Trustee
Dee Jethwa is a Safeguarding Children specialist, with many years of developing and delivering child protection services in the statutory and voluntary sectors. She was awarded the title of Social Worker of the Year in 2009 in recognition of her contribution to training and development of staff in child protection. As well as 30 years’ experience in the UK, she has worked in international development in Asia and delivered child protection services and training in several countries over the past 20 years. Currently, Dee works as an independent safeguarding consultant, providing consultancy and training services in safeguarding within the UK and internationally.


Marc Kempe, Trustee
Marc is Head of Marketing, Communications and Fundraising at the Swiss Cancer League in Bern. Previously, he worked in the same role at Terres des hommes in Lausanne. Before joining the NGO world, Marc held a series of senior management positions in the automotive industry.


Amy Price, Trustee
Amy is a Trustee and the board focal point for risk management. Amy is a security adviser who has over the last 15 years worked in post-disaster and post-conflict environments managing security for international NGOs, the British government (DFID), international organisations (British Red Cross, GIZ) and the private sector. Amy has lived and worked in more than 20 countries in Africa, South Asia and the Caribbean. Amy has a Masters in Security and Risk Management. She lives in south-east London with her partner and loves beaches, books, bicycles and everything Bauhaus. .


Steven Fricaud, Trustee
Steven Fricaud took up his position as Terre des hommes Foundation Chief Strategy Officer in September 2019. Mr. Fricaud has more than 15 years of experience within the humanitarian sector and 12 years’ experience with Tdh, combining managerial and technical leadership in humanitarian sector. Prior to his current position, Mr. Fricaud served as Tdh Director of the Emergency and Humanitarian Aid Operations where he was responsible for overseeing the organization’s programmes. From 2014 to 2016, he worked as Tdh Deputy Programmes Director. Previously, he held positions as Tdh Head of Emergency operations, Desk Officer and Child Protection Coordinator in Sudan. Before joining Tdh, Mr. Fricaud worked as Country Director in Lebanon and Sri-Lanka for Child Protection agencies. Mr. Fricaud is a national of France. He holds a master’s in political sciences and a master’s in International project Management - International Relations.