Lee Taylor serves as Clerk to Friends of Hlekweni. Her career was primarily with the Open University; she has been a Non-executive Director with two NHS Trusts, including chairing Audit Committees, and a Trustee of Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre. She is a member of Milton Keynes Quakers in Britain Yearly Meeting. Lee has visited Zimbabwe several times.
Roger Moore serves as treasurer. He is a retired IT professional.
David Brown is a retired IT professional whose career has been mainly in the Life & Pensions business, latterly managing IT and organisational-change projects. David has made several visits to Zimbabwe both during the operation of Hlekweni, when he managed the Finance Department in 2006, and its closure in 2014, for which he conducted planning and co-ordination of the close-down project.
Jessica Bishop is a retired book-keeper, and former primary school teacher who lived in South Africa for 5 years. She has visited Zimbabwe several times.
Don Rowe is a retired education professional. After teaching in both secondary and middle schools, he led a number of curriculum development projects in the field of citizenship education. He was a founder of The Citizenship Foundation and, for two years, led the National Citizenship Professional Development Training Team on behalf of the Department for Education and Skills. He has published a range of teaching materials and papers on citizenship and moral education. He continues to take an active interest in moral and values education, including peace education.