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Meet the Board

Our current Board of Directors each bring a unique skill set; they have a passion for the creative arts and the desire to make a positive impact in the local community as well as globally

The Board

Cathy Sara


Professional Actress since 1993, Cathy is as comfortable on TV as on stage, radio or film set.  She loves diversity and has enjoyed roles in Downton Abbey, The Woman in Black, King Lear, Emmerdale, The Archers, and Topsy-Turvy.  Cathy is married to Tony Morling, Methodist Minister at St Helier Methodist Centre and has two sons at University.  Cathy first joined Kairos Arts’ sister organization, Talitha, in 2011 where as Deputy CEO, and Head of Overseas Development, she led five trips to India, trained after-care workers and led retreats.  In 2016 and 2018 Cathy led trips to Bolivia, developing the pioneering work of Kairos Arts Workshops for women transitioning out of the sex trade.  Cathy is all about releasing potential in people and loves nothing more than helping others to experience joy through the creative arts. 

Anita Buswell


Anita brings a reassuring depth of sure and steady financial experience and skill to the charity.  Currently employed by Freedom Church, Jersey, as their Finance Manager, Anita has worked within the finance industry for fifteen years, qualifying as a book keeper in 2019.  Over the past two years, Anita has also worked for Christians Against Poverty in Jersey. 

Cathy Le Feuvre


Cathy Le Feuvre is a writer/author, broadcaster and communications professional with more than 35 years’ experience working in media and PR. She is also an experienced media presenter and trainer and, so far, the author of four books. Her second book (‘The Armstrong Girl’ pub 2015) is about The Salvation Army’s early work with victims of sex trafficking and was published to mark the 150th anniversary of the Christian movement. Until early in 2021 Cathy was well known as a presenter and producer at BBC Radio Jersey. This brought her into contact with many local community groups, churches and charity organisations. Since leaving the BBC Cathy has re-established herself as a freelancer.

Jeremy Field


Jeremy has worked in various roles for the Government of Jersey over the last 27 years. He currently works for Skills Jersey as the Education Liaison Manager, part of which involves managing a team of skills coaches who support students to see the value of their education and how that links into the world of work. Previously, Jeremy worked as a Job Coach for Workwise who at the time supported people with special employment needs. Jeremy has previously held a voluntary position as a member and then chairperson of the long-term Fostering and Adoption Panel. He is also a qualified counsellor. Jeremy is married to Anna and has two daughters. He is a keen follower of sports, more as a spectator than as a player nowadays!

Tanya Hotton


Tanya Hotton has worked in the Finance industry for over 35 years, with the majority of those spent at Lloyds Bank International. She has had a variety of roles and currently works in Change.

She has two grown up children and in her spare time enjoys cooking, socialising, going to the gym and walking her miniature schnauzer Suki.

Anesu Mazingaizo


Anesu is a qualified Chartered Accountant with over 15+ years of combined professional experience in accounting, audit, and finance, of which 8+ is PQE (UK based). He currently works as a Manager in the Funds service line at Intertrust/CSC Group, where he is responsible for a high-profile private equity client with commitment more than $3bn. Aside from this role, Anesu also look after training and technical matters for the wider team. Prior Intertrust group, He has worked with SANNE (now APEX), the Big4s (PwC and KPMG) and trained with Baker Tilly Zimbabwe Chartered Accountants.
Outside work, Anesu the laid-back Jersey life with his wife and son. 

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