Gillian Mary Brooke
First visited Tanzania on a mission with USPG for two years to the Diocese of Masasi in 2000 where he stayed with the CMM Sisters. As a result in seeing the hard work of the Sisters with little support, he founded this charity to assist their mission across all houses in Tanzania and Zambia.
Every year since then, he has returned to visit the CMM Sisters in their various locations in East Africa to follow up on projects and advise on future developments.
Dirk is a retired businessman with ten years experience of working in Africa in the banking sector and also international engineering firms.
Gillian Mary Brooke
Gill is a qualified teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages. In 2003 she visited Tanzania for the first time for three months and met CMM Sisters in Kilimani, Rondo and Mtwara. She provided two short language courses and saw some of the important work in which the Sisters were involved such as the heifer project, the milk, fish and milling projects. She has visited the Sisters again in August 2012. Both visits have led her to realise what huge potential the Sisters have to make a difference in the areas where they work.
Martin is a qualified Chartered Management Accountant and a Commercial Director in a French multi-national company working in the areas of IT and Business Process Engineering. He has been living in Warwick for 30 years. Worshipping at St Mary’s Church for many years, he has also been active as a server. It was whilst at Saint Mary’s that he first became aware of the work of the Sisters through Dirk Juttner and has met and chatted with one of the Sisters on her visit to the UK. He has been helping the Charity with commercial and financial issues and produces the accounts. He looks forward to continuing to help the Sisters in their important work.
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Prior trustees meeting with CMM Sisters in 2013