Our Executive Group Meet members of our executive group
Before founding Little Lives UK, Kriszti worked for 2 other major charities in the UK. She originally started as a volunteer for one of their charity shops but later became the store’s shop manager. After achieving this success, she established her own charity, Little Lives UK, to help disadvantaged children in the London area. The foundation of Little Lives UK was centred on Kriszti’s upbringing. She experienced a lot of challenges as a child that no-one that age should face. As she had very few people around her to help, Kriszti decided to form this charity in order to help children that are now facing similar issues. The charity aims to help local children within the London area, with many of the projects we organise being community-based projects. Guaranteeing that suffering children access much needed services that help support them was Krizsti’s overall objective for the charity.
Frantisek has been an integral member of Little Lives UK ever since the charity was first formed. He is a committed member of the team, specialising particularly in the technological aspects of the charity. This includes deployment, integration, systems management, and the development of technical operations personnel. Before Little Lives UK, Frantisek studied finance before going on to specialise in business economy. The charity has really cherished and benefitted from his studies in business. His expertise in technology and finance has also been influential, often aiding in a number of the campaigns we coordinate that involves technological items. Frantisek is often very involved in the organisation of our monthly campaigns and is devoted to ensuring the charity aids as many children in our community as possible.
Geneva Isabel Troedson
Geneva is new to the Little Lives UK team and is working as our communications administrator. She studied Spanish and Italian at university and upon graduating taught English as a foreign language to children from around the world between the ages of 11-17. Geneva has always had a passion for working with children helping them improve their development and language skills. She went on to working for a large technological company within the quality assurance team for Spanish speaking customers. During this time she was responsible for helping and motivating team members to enhance their performance and reach their goals. Geneva loves speaking to and helping people and is excited to be a part of the Little Lives UK community.
Paige has over 10 years of administration experience as well as having spent 7 years working in the recruitment and HR industry. Paige is very family focused and has two sons and a step daughter. Paige loves to spend her free time creating happy memories with her children and fiancé and enjoys going on family days out and holidays. Paige is a real people-person and has always had a strong interest in recruitment and HR. Paige also helps with the day-to-day running of the charity and gets involved with the charity’s events throughout the year. She is a vital part of the Little Lives UK Team and she is very passionate about helping to bring about positive changes for disadvantaged and disabled children through her work with the charity.
Jessica is a third year English student at Bournemouth university, she uses the skills developed in her degree to provide PR and writing support to Little Lives UK. Jessica loves working with children and has previously worked at summer camps running sport, performing arts and crafting sessions to children aged 3-12. She has a keen interest in photography especially as this gives her the opportunity to spend more time exploring the outdoors. Jessica has perviously taken a hands on approach to charity work having spent time in Sri Lanka age 16 where she helped to update plumbing and install and washing basins to a rural primary school.