OTHER 2015 CASE STUDIES

  • Lloyd Dorfman CBE

    • United Kingdom
    • Donor
    • Interviewed in 2016
    Lloyd Dorfman CBE is a British entrepreneur who founded Travelex in 1976, which became the world's largest retail currency exchange business. After an agreement was reached to sell the business in 2014, he focused his attention on a variety of business interests including The Office Group (of which he is Chairman and majority shareholder), which provides flexible office and meeting spaces, and Doddle, the parcel collection company, which he co-founded.
  • Anna Southall OBE

    • United Kingdom
    • Donor
    • Interviewed in 2016
    Anna became a Trustee of the Barrow Cadbury Trust in 1974 and chaired the Board from 1996 to 2006. She worked for 40 years largely, but not exclusively, in the cultural sector for organisations such as the Tate Gallery, the National Museums & Galleries in Wales, and the Museums, Libraries & Archives Council.
  • The Cordes Foundation

    • United States
    • Donor
    • Interviewed in 2016
    Ron and Marty Cordes created The Cordes Foundation in 2006 and were joined in 2014 by their daughter Stephanie as Vice-Chair, and Eric Stephenson as Portfolio Director.
  • Andre Hoffmann

    • Europe
    • Donor
    • Interviewed in 2016
    André Hoffmann grew up surrounded by nature in the Camargue, France. He is non executive Vice Chairman of Roche Holdings Ltd and chairs the board of Massellaz SA. André is also a board member of the following companies: Amazentis SA, Genentech Inc., Glyndebourne Productions Ltd, Inovalon Inc and INSEAD.

2015 MIDDLE EAST CASE STUDIES

  • Tariq Al Gurg of Dubai Cares

    • Interviewed in 2015
    • Donor
    • Middle East (GCC)
    Tariq Al Gurg was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Cares in 2009 and has since been responsible for strategically defining and leading an organization that is dedicated towards providing children in developing countries with access to quality primary education.

2014 MIDDLE EAST CASE STUDIES

  • Badr Jafar

    • Interviewed in 2014
    • Middle East (GCC)
    • Donor
    In 2010, Badr Jafar founded the Pearl Initiative, a network of businesses in the Gulf Region that is working to drive higher standards across companies and not-for-profit organisations in the area. Their focus has been on improved corporate governance, codes of conduct and reporting, which Badr says can help both charities and philanthropic organisations ensure that the money spent has maximum impact.
  • Tamer Makary of the Magrabi Foundation

    • Interviewed in 2014
    • Donor
    • Middle East (GCC)
    Tamer Makary serves as the Executive Director of the Magrabi Foundation, whose offices are based in Cairo, and is a member of the Board of Trustees. Tamer is also Vice President of the Africa Eye Foundation, in charge of strategic partnership and fundraising, and Head of Business Development for Magrabi Optical.