Core Individuals

Colin Webb BSc (Hons)

Colin Webb
Colin Webb

Executive Director

A totally committed European.

Has extensive lobbying experience in the European Parliament and the European Commission.

Co-founder of HINTS newsletter. He was a Director of the UK Coalition of People Living with HIV and AIDS (UKC) till 2001.

1989 retired as Colonel

1979-1989 Military Advisor Commonwealth of Nations

1964 Military Cross

1963 commissioned Parachute Regiment

1960 enlisted with the British Army

Dr Ruth Webb BVetMed MRCVS

Ruth Webb
Ruth Webb


A qualified veterinary surgeon, she has practised both in the UK and in Africa.

Was Chairman until August 2002 of the UK Coalition of People Living with HIV and AIDS (UKC). She is a member of various organisations including the Board of Positive Nation, the International Community of Women Living with HIV & AIDS, the British HIV Association (BHIVA) - resigned from the Executive Committee February 2003, and the Royal College of General Practitioners' Working Party on HIV. She also works with Positively UK and the European Forum on HIV and Children and is the Co-founder of HINTS newsletter.

Joan D'Souza DBS MADM

Joan D'Souza
Joan D'Souza

Director of Operations

Joined the organisation in November 2002.

Qualified Development Analyst specializing in project appraisal and management.

Has extensive experience of working in Africa, promoting Micro and small enterprises, which play a positive role in fighting poverty.

In Africa - Uganda, Tanzania, worked for Bank of Baroda in partnership with other commercial banks under the World Bank's programmes of Micro Credit Finance to developing countries. Has also worked in the financial services sector in the UK.

Trustee of UK Coalition of People Living with HIV and AIDS (UKC) until 2002.

Josephine Kyomuhendo

Josephine Kyomuhendo
Josephine Kyomuhendo


Joined the Board as a Trustee in January 2007.

A qualified fashion designer and owner & founder of the ‘Jose Original’ brand, which promotes the use of organic, treated raw and recycled materials in support of ethical trading and fair working conditions. She aims at raising awareness about ethical and environmental issues and in encouraging sustainable lifestyles.

She has always been concerned about environmental issues and in particular how they affect the fashion industry. As a result she developed a great interest in supporting charity work. She sees joining ECPP as a trustee as a great opportunity to get directly involved with a charity whose work she is passionate about. In doing so, she hopes to combine her love of design with her wish to make a difference in the lives of people.

Andrew Fellows


Joined the board as a Trustee in 2007

Andrew is a qualified medical doctor who has worked in finance for the past 20 years researching healthcare and pharmaceutical companies. He initially became interested in ECPP due to its programme for orphans in Malawi & Mozambique and his personal historical links with Malawi where he spent four months of his medical training back in 1986.

He currently works for a small German bank as Head of research and is responsible for the research coverage of European healthcare companies. His work takes him around the world visiting these companies and also visiting investment clients.

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