Meet the team

 

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Fernando Pinho

Before founding Please Take Me There, Fernando worked in arts management. Combining his love of flying and his experience of seeing his brother go through cancer, he was inspired to start an organisation which would make the process of hospital treatment easier. He is originally from Portugal. Fernando doesn’t have much free time, but when he does, he enjoys making stop-motion animation films and spending time with his wife and daughter.

Anna Snodgrass

Having graduated from Cambridge University, Anna jumped straight in as the newest member of the team. She did her degree in Russian, which included a year spent working with a charity in Siberia! Anna joined our team because she’s passionate about what we do and relished the challenge of it. She loves living in Cambridge, as there are many edgy coffee shops in which she can catch up with friends.

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Natalie Taylor-Scotcher

Natalie is the face and voice of what we do. She went through cancer herself shortly after the birth of her son, which was a big part of the reason that she decided to join the team. She has trained as an actor and has a degree in psychology. Natalie loves Harry Potter, enjoys a tasting menu in a good restaurant, and spending time with her son.

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Alex Ruczaj

Alex is the person to know in Cambridge - she works extensively to give our little team a presence in the city! She specialises in marketing and promotion - creating, implementing and managing our events, and making sure that everything runs according to plan. Alex is a creative writer, and loves to travel and get on the dance floor.

Our trustees

Ana Pessoa, Fernando Pinho and Robert Dyer. 

Our partners and friends 

World Child Cancer, Cambridge Aero Club, Textron (Cessna) and Reborn.