Amanda joined the PET Board in August 2017 as a Non-Executive Director. She joined the Findhorn Community in 1977, living and working there until she moved to Sweden in 1991.
During 23 years residence in Sweden she lived in two structures of housing associations, serving as chair of one. These experiences gave her insights and understanding of the advantages, requirements and complexities of shared housing.
Amanda has also worked extensively with social enterprises serving on the European Board of the Social Venture Network Europe (SVNE) for seven years. In 2006 she established the Nordic office for the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) which she ran until retirement in 2014.
Amanda is honoured to serve PET as its Chair since April 2023.
Marcus Lindner‘s education and training includes Theatre Arts, Health Care Management and Arts Administration culminating in Bachelor and Master of Science degrees. He has enjoyed three main careers spanning forty-five years in theatre, health care facility development, and real estate investments. His responsibilities in the development of nursing homes, residential facilities for persons with dementia, senior affordable housing and day treatment clinics included project planning, policy development, human resources and administration.
Marcus has been a PET volunteer since 2016, a Director since September 2017, for Affordable Housing from 2017/12 to 2019/01, and has since been Non-Executive Director supporting Caring Community Circle fundraising and housing.
RogerDoudna, BA, MPhil, PhD, Carbon Strategy Director, joined the Community in November 1974. He has coordinated 10 international conferences in association with the Findhorn Foundation, for whom he also created & coordinates the Findhorn Fellowship.
Roger was PET project leader for the Scottish Climate Challenge Fund teaching climate change by putting ‘eco-kits’ in 90% of Moray schools between 2010-12. Now, his work is focused on carbon reduction strategies for the Community.
Fasil Bogale ACMA, CGMA Financial Advice & Support
Anni Broadhead BA Hons, PGDip Law, Barrister is an experienced charity CEO and company secretary. She has over 23 years of third sector governance and strategic development experience in addition to extensive public speaking and workshop facilitation skills.
Anni joined the PET Board in September 2023 and is currently co-leading on the New Sanctuary development with the PET Sanctuary Co-ordinator.
Shaun is an experienced international development professional who has lived and worked in Africa and Asia for nearly 30 years. He spent much of this time working for the UK charity, Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO). He has a BA, MSC and a MBA. In 2021, Shaun suffered kidney failure and moved from Bangkok to Findhorn to join the Findhorn Foundation as well as the UK’s kidney transplant waiting list. Today, he is the Foundation’s Head of Fundraising and works part-time for PET too. Shaun brings much experience of securing income from governments, trusts, foundations, corporates, and individuals. His wife is from Denmark, and he has two grown up children who live in the Midlands. He is still waiting for a new kidney!
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