The future of cleft care

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Peter Sander

Rosemary Watts

Paul Nicholas

Paul Nicholas is a Finance Manager working for an educational publisher in London.

Paul’s association with Cleft Lip and Palate support groups began over 20 years ago.

As a result of his eldest daughter being born with a cleft lip and has continued throughout her subsequent care, being a founder member of the original support group for the service.

He has continued to be part of the team working alongside the clinicians providing support to patients with clefts and their families.

Tony Markus

Tony Markus is a maxillofacial surgeon who, with the support of many colleagues, and at the request of the local childrens’ doctors, established a truly multidisciplinary cleft service to serve the population of Dorset and surroundings in 1985.

Over the years we have trained many young surgeons, speech therapists, orthodontists and other cleft team members from around the world and, with his fellow Trustees, he decided to establish the charity with a view to sharing our expertise in the longer term.

Sunil Sah

Philip Worley

Philip Worley has worked in the private and public sectors and his present job allows him to work closely with both.  He specialises in support for international trade and investment, helping organisations large and small expand through exporting and working with foreign-based businesses who establish in Britain. He has lived and worked in Spain, Russia, Vietnam and Switzerland.  Philip recently completed an MBA from Henley, where his elective subjects were International Business Culture and Project Management, with his dissertation on Motivation and Change.

His current role focuses on strategic and policy planning, helping develop new policies and strategies – and implementing them. Philip is a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management.