MiracleFeet UK assists in the treatment of children born with clubfoot in low- and middle-income countries.
For a child born with clubfoot, treatment unlocks doors to education and opportunity—for life. Ninety-five percent of cases can be fully treated for an average of £350 per child at a MiracleFeet-supported clinic.
The organisation provides grants to support clubfoot programs and educates the public about the issue of untreated clubfoot. MiracleFeet UK is registered with the UK Charity Commission in 2014 (charity registration number 1156868).
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Chesca Colloredo-Mansfeld (Chair)
Chesca first became interested in clubfoot while she was working at The University of Iowa. Drawn to the opportunity to have an impact on children’s lives in some of the countries she had grown up in, she joined a small group of parents and surgeons interested in creating an organization to address the issue of untreated clubfoot.
Sarah has over twenty years’ experience in the compliance and regulatory environment in the UK. She has spent time at both the Securities and Futures Authority and Financial Services Authority but has mainly worked in the alternative fund management sector. This includes hedge fund management but has primarily been real estate investment fund management, having been a compliance officer at both DTZ and Cushman & Wakefield. She is currently the Compliance and Risk Officer at Gravis.
She graduated from King’s College, London University with a degree in Biology and subsequently qualified as a chartered accountant.
Lucy’s career has included investment banking at Goldman Sachs, corporate social responsibility at Business in the Community, and youth development work at Raleigh International. She was founding Chair of Trustees for Manda Wilderness Community Trust, a small charity in Mozambique, for 13 years from 2002 -2015. In addition to serving as a trustee of MiracleFeet UK, Lucy is also a trustee of Youth Options, a charity which works with young people in need of support in her local area, and has been involved for 10 years from 2009 – present. Lucy studied geography at Cambridge University. She retrained recently as a garden designer, and lives and works in Winchester with a husband and two daughters.
Alex is a Managing Consultant at Team Consulting, a medical device consultancy based in Cambridge. In addition to several years in industry and start-up companies, she has more than 15 years’ experience in technology consultancy and in the management and implementation of product development projects across a number of sectors. She has first-hand experience in setting up manufacturing in Asia and coordinating a global supply chain. She has worked exclusively in the medical device sector for the last 6 years. She has a Master’s degree in engineering from the University of Cambridge.
Tom is the Pilot Partnerships Director at the Estates and Infrastructure Exchange where he recruits projects which need financing and builds relationships with pilots. He has 25 years of international experience in creating partnerships between public and private sector organizations mainly through technology and sport. He has raised capital globally for real estate projects in the United States. Recently he was director of partnerships at Spacehive, the world’s first civic crowdfunding platform. Tom also started GOAL with Naz India in the poorer areas of New Delhi and Mumbai. GOAL is a young women’s empowerment programme which has netball at its core and 14,000 participants aged between 12 and 18.
Tom studied Economics and Politics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was a Morehead-Cain Scholar.