Abbey Orebanwo – Founder
Abbey is a qualified Chartered Certified Accountant. He graduated from Greenwich University with BA Hon’s in Accounting and Finance. He is also a qualified mortgage broker.
Currently working as an Accountant, Abbey manages a chain of businesses and is very much into real estate.
Abbey has always supported other charity organisations. He was a committee member of Xpect, a youth social club within the London Borough of Newham and was also an elected School Governor for his son’s primary school in Essex.
It is Abbey’s dream to ensure that orphans of Africa are provided for and that no child suffer due to no fault of their own.
He is a Christian and happily married with two lovely children. During his spare time he enjoys Salsa dancing and travelling with his family.
Is a Christian and runs two businesses in Essex.
He has four children. He enjoys music, entertaining and spending time with his family.
He is passionate about GAAP Orphanage Foundation and his dream is to see its growth into an organisation that changes lives.
Douglas Elom – Secretary
In his capacity as Secretary Douglas will play an active role in ensuring the business of the committee meetings are well organised and productive and have a role in supporting the progression of administrative tasks.
Douglas is a professional Information Technologist with a Masters Degree in Computer Systems & Networking from South Bank University.
With a varied interest in music Douglas spends time writing and singing.
Douglas along with his partner looks after a loving household with four children.
Anthony Snow – Media Officer
Anthony Snow is a Senior Campaigns Officer at Transport for London and has 13 years experience in journalism and public relations. He graduated from Greenwich University with BA Hon’s in Accounting and Finance.
He was formerly the director of Snowmedia with a roster of clients which included the Department for Education where he was directly reporting to senior civil servants and government ministers. He also project managed initiatives for the Football Association’s anti-racism campaign (Kick It Out).
Roger has also worked with UK Charity Article 25 which provides design services to developing counties and to areas in the world with poor infrastructure that have been affected by disasters.