JULIE-ANNE UGGLAFounder and Trustee
Julie-Anne Uggla, founder of Zamcog, has been a non-profit fundraiser for 20 years, working successfully in the Ukraine, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Rwanda, the UK and now Zambia.  ‘The only way to successfully impact an impoverished country is through education’ says Julie-Anne.  ‘We are providing choices and opportunities for these kids so that they can break the cycle of poverty.’
TRACEY FARQUHAR- BECKCompany Secretary & Trustee
Tracey is a management consultant who specialises in supporting charitable organisations and businesses holistically to achieve their key aims and objectives. Passionate about accessible education that enables a more sustainable and just society for all, Tracey is proud to be able to support Zamcog and its tireless efforts to alleviate the impact of poverty on education by caring for and educating children in Zambia
Luke trained and worked as an actor, working extensively in theatre, film and television. He co-founded Megatopia Films with the goal of making independent feature films about topical subjects covering perspectives that are often ignored by mainstream filmmakers. Luke is passionate about giving voice to young film makers who want to shake things up and tell stories from a new perspective and his last three films, including The Flood, were made with up and coming British writers and directors.
Harish (Harry) RanaTreasurer & Trustee
Harry is a Qualified Accountant who also works in the Financial Services industry. Harry is passionate about giving back to the community and in particular the most vulnerable in our society. Harry is keen to expand the scope and coverage that Zamcog provides with the help of its fellow board members and network of sponsors. He is also a very keen photographer particularly wildlife and takes an avid interest in furthering sustainability of our wildlife ecosystems.


Students supported
Children and their families supported
Children currently housed and fed
Students currently enrolled inprimary and secondary schools
Students in further education and training
£4.4million raised