UK Chief Executive Officer


peter dolby

uk director of operations

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Daniel Sohege

Engagement and Communications Manager

Lynne Chitty

lynne chitty

uk director of care

richard ross

head of grants & funding

Natalie Harmer

Natalie Harmer


Binh Nguyen

Binh nguyen


izzy archer

support worker


Social Worker





julian mealor

communications design specialist

imogen chapman

senior social worker - project manager

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Nadine finch (Chair of the Board)

Nadine is an expert in children’s rights and human trafficking law and has undertaken work as a consultant for UNHCR, UNICEF and the OCHCR and has researched and written widely in these areas. She sits on the advisory board for the EU Commission funded project, UNICEF UK’s project on Achieving durable solutions for trafficked children and EU Commission funded project ReACT: Reinforcing Assistance to Child Victims of Trafficking. Currently Honorary Senior Policy Fellow at University of Bristol and Associate of charity, Child Circle.  

“I have been working on behalf of children who have been trafficked for two decades now and compared to then the awareness of this gross human rights abuse has improved to a certain extent. However, much more needs to be done to identify and protect these children. I hope to continue to play my part in this by serving on the Love146 UK board.”

Rob Morris (Co-founder)

Rob Morris is the President and co-founder of Love146, an International human rights organization working to prevent and end child trafficking and exploitation. Rob and his colleagues founded Love146 in 2002 to bring holistic survivor care, community mobilization, and prevention programming to local communities. Love146 started as a grassroots work but has evolved to be key thought leaders and practitioners in the anti-trafficking field. Prior to co-founding Love146, Rob worked with Mercy Ships International directing training schools at the International Operations Center. He has lectured and taught in over 20 countries and has been featured in the Huffington Post, the CNN Freedom Project, Forbes, and many other publications. Rob frequently speaks on the topics of compassion, justice, resiliency, and defiant hope – all lessons he has learned from the children in the care of Love146.

Jennifer Herrera (Treasurer)

Jennifer Herrera is CEO of two national charities, Acts 435, helping people in UK poverty, and ASB Help, campaigning for the rights of victims of anti-social behaviour. Jenny grew up in York and is a chartered accountant by profession. She lived in Guatemala in Central America for 6 years, and where she served as Field Director for Kids Alive Guatemala, running an orphanage and day-care centre.


Jacinta Kane is currently an Assistant Director of Corporate Parenting in a London Local Authority, and is committed to improving the lives of children and young people. Jacinta is a practising social worker, with particular expertise in age assessments, unaccompanied minors, asylum seekers, child trafficking, child sexual exploitation, children in care, fostering, care leavers and training and development. Jacinta was the co-author of “Age Assessment Guidance – Guidance to assist social workers and their managers in undertaking age assessments in England” (2015), and provided expert advice on age assessments of unaccompanied children in Scotland, the Republic of Ireland and to the European Child Rights Helpdesk.


Dragan Nastic is a UNICEF UK’s Strategic Lead on the Convention on the Rights of the Child. UNICEF UK is an integral part of the United Nation’s Children Fund (UNICEF). Dragan joined UNICEF UK in January 2007. Dragan’s career and background is in the area of international relations and diplomacy. He’s held several overseas posts to carry out development and political work in low income countries, mainly in Asia and Africa. Dragan is a lawyer by training. His area of expertise is international public law and he is a member of the International Law Association. Dragan’s role at UNICEF UK is to monitor overall implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child and other UN human rights treaties by the UK Government and devolved administrations. UNICEF is mandated by the UN General Assembly to work together with national governments and support them in the realisation of children’s rights. Article 45 of the Convention entitles UNICEF to be represented at the consideration of the implementation of the Convention. Dragan also leads UNICEF UK’s work in relation to child trafficking and refugee children.


Our Business Ambassador Geoff Hudson-Searle is an independent non-executive director across regulation, technology and internet security, C-Suite executive on private and listed companies, and serial business advisor for growth-phase tech companies. Having worked on numerous advisory programs for the British Government, Citibank, Kaspersky, BT and Barclays among others, as well as writing six books and lecturing to a wide range of different audiences, his experience and knowledge is invaluable to Love146. Geoff has been a committed and passionate supporter of the charity for many years, and as an ambassador will be instrumental in raising awareness of our work and encouraging others within the corporate world to get involved in the fight to end child trafficking.

Geoff is a member and fellow of the Institute of Directors; associate of The International Business Institute of Management; a co-founder and board member of the Neustar International Security Council (NISC); and a distinguished member of the Advisory Council for The Global Cyber Academy.


"In my lifetime, I have seen the benefits of partnerships and the need to care for those in need. As a Love146 Ambassador, I see the crucial, innovative work Love146 do themselves, and in collaboration with others, to protect those whose childhoods are lost to traffickers, and people who wish to exploit and harm them, and I am proud to lend my support. It really gives these children and young people affected a new start in life."

Our Ambassador, Bim Afolami, is a member of Parliment for Hitchin and Harpenden since 2017. Despite being of of the youngest Members of  Parliament, he has already had a varied business career in the City advertising some of the biggest compaines in the world, both British and international – first as a corporate lawyer and then for HSBC. Raised by parents who worked in the NHS, he is passionate about improving equality and opportunity for all, and as a Love146 Ambassador promte our work in supporting children and young people who have been trafficked and exploited. Bim has also been a primary school governor and has volunteered for charities that focus on helping people return to work. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a member of the Ditchley Foundation.

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