Meet the Team

Our Board Members

Inonge Siluka

Founder & Director

Inonge is originally from Zambia and now lives in Scotland where she works for a cancer charity. She studied Law at university after which she did some theology training and lay ministry. For eight years, she has worked and volunteered in the charity sector, both in secular and Christian contexts, and is passionate about advocacy. She enjoys serving in ministry alongside her day-to-day work. She has previously served as a women’s football chaplain and mentored women in public evangelism. Inonge currently serves in youth ministry in her local Church in Glasgow.

Stephen Gamble


Stephen is from Glasgow, in the West of Scotland, where he lives with his wife and two children. A chartered civil engineer; Stephen currently works as a project manager, delivering infrastructure projects in the energy sector. Stephen also serves as an elder and trustee in his local church and as a volunteer in prison ministry.

Stephen has also previously served as a volunteer in Tanzania, where he continues to have many charity and local ministry interests.

Catherine Dalton


Catherine lives in St Andrews, Scotland with her husband. She attends St Andrews Free Church where she also manages the children’s ministry and is the Deputy Safeguarding Coordinator. She’s currently studying a part-time masters in Counselling at Abertay University and hopes to also complete some modules in Biblical Counselling to complement her secular studies. She completed a ministry training programme with St Andrews Free Church and has worked as a Schools Worker with a Christian Charity.

Douglas Galbraith


Douglas lives in Glasgow, Scotland. He worked in the pharmaceutical industry for over 35 years in various roles, including marketing, he retired from the role of a Commercial Director in 2021. Despite a busy work life, Douglas has always been committed to his Christian faith and living that out through various roles in his local church. Until a few years ago, he was treasurer in his local church and previous to that served as a youth leader. He currently serves in his Church wherever he sees a need and is an active member of his community group.

Chipo Muwowo

Chipo is a freelance business journalist. He writes about African markets for a variety of African and international publications. Originally from Zambia, he lives on England’s south coast with his wife Emily and young sons. He graduated from university in 2011 with a degree in Economics & International Relations. Chipo and Emily are active members of their local church. Together, they run a weekly Bible study in their home and Chipo helps lead the men’s ministry.

If you would like to find out more about how you can be involved, please see our volunteer page.

Advisory Board

Dr Gracia Mwimba

Gracia is a consultant psychiatrist with the passion to improve and promote mental health wellbeing of children and young adults. She was born and raised in Zambia and now lives in Glasgow, Scotland where she works in paediatrics. Gracia has extensive experience in neurodevelopment disorders such as ASD, ADHD and other severe and enduring mental health disorders such as eating disorders, anxiety, depression and psychosis. She also has experience of both clinical and commercial medical research in the field of psychiatry and is an honorary lecturer at the University of Glasgow, school of Medicine. Gracia has provided mental health promotion talks to various third sector organisations such as the UN, charities and service users groups. As a Christian, she is also passionate about serving the Church with her skills and experience and provides training on mental health and counselling at her Church.

Andrew Macaulay

Andrew lives in the Western Isles of Scotland with his wife and children. He has a degree in Social Work and has worked as a social worker for 12 years. He is currently a Team Leader within the Children and Families Team for the isles of Lewis and Harris and acting Head of the Service. In previous roles at other local authorities, he worked as part of the Children and Justice team, providing support to families with a variety of needs and has regularly delivered training in local settings for child protection. He is a Christian and keen to serve and use his gifts and experience where he can, serving in youth work within his Church as well as running youth clubs. He has also helped Christian organisations with drafting safeguarding policies and delivering child safeguarding training.