Annabel Kroeger, Director of Finance
Annabel Kroeger B.Acc CA (SA) trained and qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Deloittes in South Africa.
With a Business degree from Natal University she left Deloittes after qualifying in 1979 and spent the next 7 years in marketing, training with Unilever as a product manager at Elida Gibbs, South Africa then having returned to the UK in 1983 she worked first for Nielsen Market Research in Oxford and then for Jenks Brokerage in High Wycombe handling a wide range of well-known brands.
Balancing family demands, Annabel took up Accountancy work again on a part time basis in 1987 and gained experience in a variety of sectors;- the Computer Industry, Schools, Tourism and most recently for Charities. Annabel worked as the Accountant for Warwickshire Association for the Blind for 6 years until joining LFF in April 2008 as Director of Finance.
Simon Sauze, Director of Operations
Simon worked in residential social work, probation hostels and as community service officer during the 1970’s and 80’s before qualifying as a probation officer in 1991. Initially Simon worked for Surrey Probation Service as a generic probation officer covering a range of probation duties before going the group work team in 1993. He subsequently designed, developed and delivered group work programmes to high risk offenders attending the Surrey Probation Day Centre. He also co-facilitated SPS’s sex offender group work programmes prior to their accreditation.
As a senior probation officer Simon implemented the first tranche of accredited programmes for Surrey Probation Area. This included the general offending programmes (thinking skills, drink impaired drivers and anger management) as well as the community sex offender group work programme (Thames Valley, TVSOGP) and the non-offending partner programme.
Simon joined Lucy Faithfull Foundation in 2004 as manager of the Wolvercote Team based at their offices in Epsom. Duties included operational responsibilities for the Foundation’s contracts with the Ministry of Justice and NOMS, including LFF’s consultancy service for probation / NOMS offender managers supervising high risk male and female sex offenders, the development and delivery of Circles of Support and Accountability and the Stop it Now! Helpline. He was also involved in the conception and creation of Circles UK, the now established umbrella organisation for Circles of Support.
Simon currently holds operational responsibility for a number of LFF projects as well as the Foundation’s integrate family work and training.