Fundraising & Communications Manager
Rosie is passionate about making a positive difference to the lives of Lyme sufferers. She is responsible for increasing the charity’s fundraised income from individuals, corporate supporters and Trusts as well as managing all aspects of communications, social media and press.
Alongside her full time role here at Caudwell LymeCo, she also works as a registrar conducting and registering civil wedding ceremonies at venues in Staffordshire.
Founder & Chairman
John Caudwell, a prominent British entrepreneur and philanthropist, found out in 2015 that fifteen members of his family have Lyme disease as well as a range of co-infections.
John was shocked by the stories he heard from members of the public suffering from Lyme, and vowed to start a new charity to improve awareness and knowledge amongst the general public and the medical profession.
As chairman of Caudwell LymeCo, he spearheads the charity’s awareness raising work by making television and media appearances to tell his story.
Michael is a qualified accountant who has worked for John Caudwell for several years as Deputy Finance Director.
He provides accounting services on a voluntary basis and is a valued adviser to the charity.
He is passionate about driving forward with the charity mission around funding research, and has connections within the local farming community of Staffordshire.
Jo is an award-winning senior marketing and customer experience consultant, with over 15 years’ experience in delivering high profile strategies and campaigns to drive brand awareness and commercial revenue primarily within the rail industry.
She is adept in third sector marketing and fundraising strategies, having held a trustee role at a local charity for the past 4 years.
She has had first hand experience of Lyme disease, and is passionate about raising awareness and vital funds to help improve diagnosis and treatment.
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