Our team

We pride ourselves on the fact that most of us are local experts working on the ground, in country. We understand first-hand the challenges faced by tea workers and small-scale farmers. As well as our teams in China, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda and Sri Lanka, the Ethical Tea Partnership’s Head Office is based in London, UK.

China

Xing Ma

Regional Manager

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Jame Yu

Programme Officer

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Jie Wang

Programme Officer 

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India

Vikram Singh

Regional Manager

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Diya Sharma

Programme Manager

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Payal Sirsat

Programme Officer

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Kenya

Joseph Wagurah

Regional Manager (Africa)

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Malawi

Jane Nyambura

Programme Manager

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Malawi

Mavuto Kambocholabanda

Village Savings & Loans Association and Natural Resources Management Programme Coordinator

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Rwanda

Sri Lanka

London

Ian Midgley

Chair

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Jenny Costelloe

Executive Director

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Anu Huhtisaari

Senior Programme Manager

Drives forward our work in Africa

Lucy Swain

Programme Officer

Focuses on our work in Kenya and Rwanda

Heleen Bulckens

Senior Programme Manager

Drives forward our work in Africa

Liz Rees

Programme Officer

Focuses on our work in Malawi

Amanda Penn

Senior Programme Manager

Drives forward our work in Asia

Tim Bergman

Programme Officer

Focuses on our work in Asia

Rachel Cracknell

Senior Programme Manager

Drives forward our climate work

Shazia Arshad

Media & Social Media Manager

Communications

Alexis Fromageot

Communications Manager

Communications

Premila Sattianayagam

Finance & Operations Manager

Finance & Operations

Haimanot Demissie

Finance & Operations Officer

Finance & Operations

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Head of Communications

We are looking for someone who can hit the ground running, whilst maintaining a strategic overview of ETP’s communications. The role comprises proactive communications (especially through social media platforms), reactive communications (responding to media and NGO queries and planning crisis communications) and public affairs and advocacy (such as driving engagement with key influencers and thought leaders).

Position type: Full time.

Location: London with homeworking options (note: at the current time all staff are working from home). Candidates must have the right to work in the UK.

To apply: Download the appointment brief here for more information, and apply directly via Oxford HR here.

Closing date: Tuesday 23 June 2020.