23 February, 2010
The Georgian Ombudsperson for Children, Maia Gedevanishvili, Cole Dodge, Sølvi Rolland Murphy and Rosalie Kwong have joined our Board of Overseers.
Maia Gedevanishvili has worked in psychopathology for 18 years, and is currently the chief specialist at the Child’s Rights Center in Georgia.
Sølvi Rolland Murphy has been a driving force behind the Foundation’s charity concerts, and runs the Ole Bull Scene in Bergen.
Rosalie Kwong is a Hong Kong-based senior clinical psychologist and traumatologist with extensive experience in disaster management and crisis intervention.
Cole Dodge has spent a lifetime in public administration in Africa and Asia, and currently works to develop capacities in universities in Bangladesh and East Africa.
Members of the Board of Overseers are elected for a period of 3 years, and can be reelected. They receive information on the Foundation’s activities, and are asked for advise in some matters.
Read more about the new members here.