“I am delighted to be involved with the Five Talents microfinance charity because I know from experience the difference the small loans make to individuals, families and whole communities. I am also particularly excited that the Five Talents has targeted working with women in poor countries because I am confident that every penny or shilling lent will be well worth spent and will help transform individuals and communities.”
Margaret Sentamu is a freelance Diversity and Leadership Development consultant. She has worked for a number of years in the private, public and third sector including heading up the team responsible for the recruitment of trainee clergy for the Church of England. Margaret is also a Non-executive director of the Leeds & York Mental Health Trust and Traidcraft Plc, helping to fight poverty with fair trade. She has two regulatory roles as Lay Adjudicator for the Solicitors Regulatory Authority and a Lay Assessor for CIPFA member accountants who breach the bye-laws.
Margaret is also a trustee and patron of a number of charities mainly to do with education, health and poverty in the Global South as well as UK based charities including Acts435, an online giving charity. She is married to the Archbishop of York and they have four grown-up children.
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