Susi Bascon, Director, PBI UK
Susi completed an MBA and worked in the private sector for several years. She moved to London in 1996 to do an MSc in Development Studies, hoping to transfer her skills into the voluntary sector. She worked for the Colombia project and spent a year as a PBI volunteer in Mexico, and has been running the PBI UK office since 1998. She says, “As a field volunteer I was deeply touched by the strength of spirit and courage of the human rights defenders I had the privilege to accompany…their commitment to justice went often beyond the fear of losing their own lives".
Daniel Lakey, Finance Officer
Daniel joined the team in 2014. Before that he was finance and administration manager at Fern, a UK and Brussels based NGO that focuses on forests and forest peoples' rights. email@example.com
Adam Lunn, Advocacy Officer
Adam joined PBI UK in 2015 as Advocacy Officer and currently leads the work on international policy, advocacy, research, business and human rights and trainings. Prior to joining the PBI UK team he spent a year as an international human rights observer with PBI Guatemala. Adam has an MA in Latin American Studies from UCL Institute of the Americas and was previously at ABColombia; a UK based advocacy platform for human rights and peace in Colombia. firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura Grace, Fundraiser
Laura joined PBI UK in 2019. Before joining PBI she worked in trust fundraising at a range of charities delivering services to women and children. She is an Archaeology and Anthropology graduate, with an interest in conflict transformation and state-building. email@example.com
Theo started volunteering at the PBI UK office in January 2019, having worked with Help Refugees, Rhythms of Life, and Afghan Association Paiwand. He recently completed his History BA and is interested in Latin American culture and politics.