Sidney Parker is Chief of Communications. His experience includes numerous volunteering and charitable projects that led to him receiving the Extra-curricular Community Spirit Award 2013 from Newcastle University. His role incorporates managing emails, press and social media.
Ross Sayers is Treasurer. His role involves managing the accounts, grant applications and competitions.
Matthew Brown is Sales Lead. He is responsible for selling workshops to colleges and local authorities by utilising our connections and advertisement opportunities.
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Several key volunteers have been appointed as non-executive board members. By utilising the experiences of people with a similar ethos to our own we have made the project both manageable and sustainable.
Thomas Kneen is a graduate of Newcastle University, with a keen interest in the third sector. He has led and and delivered volunteer projects in France and Nepal and contributes a wealth of design experience to our print campaigns.
Anthony Codd was one of the first elective students to go to Mongolia with M2M. He brings a wealth of teaching experience and has responsibility for copywriting and editing our digital and print output.
M2M elective students
‘M2M elective students’ are medical students on a free placement in Mongolia, developing key clinical skills from the M2M doctors. Whilst on placement in Mongolia they are expected to teach the Mongolian doctors English within the Mongolian Teaching Project and develop connections for further placements. Fundraising for the M2M charity or their host hospital is an optional, but highly encouraged, extra.
‘M2M doctors’ are Mongolian doctors receiving English lessons from the M2M elective students as part of the Mongolian Teaching Project . In return they are expected to teach the students clinical skills within the hospital and provide clinical opportunities where appropriate.