Fahad Adil

Fahad Adil

Kenya

Fahad is an oil & gas Business Analyst, and a keen rugby enthusiast. He is team manager of Mwamba Rugby, who play in the top Kenya league, and also of Samurai RFC, a UK-based invitational side. He is also assistant team manager of the Kenyan national 15s team.

Since coming on board as in-country project manager, Fahad Adil has been instrumental in the progress of the Atlas DigiBus Mobile Classroom, working closely with Kenya 7s legend Humphrey Kayange OGW (Order of the Golden Warrior), to ensuring the delivery of the project and keeping to tight time schedules. He is delighted at the progress made by the bus, in particular at the contribution towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals 4 (Quality Education) & 7 (Affordable & Clean Energy).

 

Renato Carlos Sersale di Cerisano

Renato Carlos Sersale di Cerisano

Argentina

From 2016, Carlos Sersale has been the Argentinian Ambassador to the United Kingdom, prior to this he was Ambassador to South Africa from 2005, overseeing successful relations with South Africa during the 2010 FIFA World Cup. As Ambassador to the United Kingdom he helped consolidate new working relationships between President Mauricio Macri and Prime Minister David Cameron.

Since becoming Ambassador to the United Kingdom, as an avid rugby fan, he has engaged with Atlas on many occasions, and been instrumental in helping us secure the championship of Juan Figallo as well as in raising funds at a number of events which have been used to help projects in Argentina.

 

Neil Blewitt

Neil Blewitt

Neil Blewitt is a corporate exchange specialist who works in the City and in his spare time generously organises ATLAS’s annual Golf Day, coordinates the ATLAS Trek team, and manages our increasing peloton of cyclists in the annual Grand Fondo, Tour of Cambridgeshire.

 

 

Tom Caldwell

Tom Caldwell

Tom is founder and CEO of two companies, Vericool in the software sector and Golazo UK in the Sports Sector. He is truly passionate about all forms of sport and organises large and iconic mass participation sports events. The Tour of Cambridgeshire is the main event in the UK which proudly raises many tens of thousands of pounds for charity including The ATLAS Foundation. With a business, IT and Sports background Tom looks forward to helping ATLAS fulfil its ambitions.

 

Steve James

Steve James

Steve has worked as a pilot for 25 years, currently as a Captain on BA’s Boeing 777 Fleet. He is an enthusiastic golfer and motorcyclist and a keen sportsman in his younger years. He understands how sport engenders not just physical attributes, but social skills, the desire to succeed in life and builds relationships and networks. Life as a pilot is all about teamwork, being able to work easily with new colleagues and socialise with anyone, anywhere. It’s also about being a diplomat and a representative of the organisation. He brings these skills to Atlas, in the hope that he can assist in supporting their long term world wide project aspirations.

 

Ann Paul

Ann Paul

Ann has been working in the charity sector for nearly 25 years, having cut her teeth on a commercial career both in the UK and South East Asia. Ann’s main focus for some years has been relationship management and high level fundraising, which is part of her current role as CEO of Doctors in Distress. At the same time. her leadership development was fuelled by many years of working with The Industrial Society (The Work Foundation) on numerous programmes. To say that rugby has been a major interest over the past few years would be an understatement.

 

 

 

Giles Hilton

Giles Hilton

Giles is Head of Customer Relations at Shepherd Neame, Britain’s Oldest Brewer.

He is the Chairman of Canterbury Rugby Club since 2003… well he had 2 years off in 2016 & 17… but he is at the helm once more! He’s also Chairman of St. Lawrence and Highland Court Cricket Club at Bridge near Canterbury.

Giles is married to the long suffering Phillipa and has 2 boys, Will and Guy, both are contracted at CRFC.

As well as a former trustee and ambassador to Atlas, Giles is also a trustee of Canterbury Rugby Charity which encompasses the support of Canterbury Wheelchair and Clark Jets Rugby in The Philippines. In addition he has sat on numerous Kent Cricket Players Benefit Committees.

In his spare time Giles is an occasional hacker of a golf ball and a walker of a black lab.

He’s Canterbury born and bred!!