The following people serve as Trustees of Project Mosaic:
Fareeda Abbasi Bulbrook, Trustee, Project Mosaic
Fareeda Abbasi Bulbrook is an international expert on human rights, education and empowering young people. She is the founding CEO of Youth Together for Human Rights Education, a UK-based non-governmental organisation dedicated to empowering children and young adults, and encouraging them to help improve civil society. She is Director of Achievements Unlimited, which provides education consultancy in the UK and Pakistan.
Fareeda has worked for more than 20 years in education, training and personal counseling. She is based in the United Kingdom and also works extensively in Pakistan. One teacher training project she initiated in 2001 at the Pakistani Ministry of Education went on, during the following 10 years, to reach more than 2,800 teachers. Fareeda appears regularly on national television in Pakistan as a champion on educating children in every country about universal human rights and about the need to counter extremist propaganda.
After the devastating earthquake in Pakistan in 2005, Fareeda and her team carried out relief work and provided counseling to earthquake victims and their families. She was subsequently asked by the Pakistani Ministry of Social Welfare to train people to assist victims of trauma. Fareeda, who has spoken about human rights at the House of Lords in the United Kingdom and has directed seminars at educational institutions across Pakistan, has a B.Sc from the University of Punjab in Rawalpindi and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin.
Kat Callo, Trustee, Project Mosaic
Kat Callo is an Internet entrepreneur, company director, writer and nonprofit trustee. The late David Fontana was her cousin. Kat became a founding trustee of Project Mosaic in London in 2008. She is director of Rosetta Consulting Ltd, an Internet consultancy she established in 2002 to equip England’s apartment owners with fuller ownership rights to match those enjoyed in other countries. She has written two books on the subject.
Previously, for 17 years Kat worked for Reuters, as a foreign correspondent in London, Brussels, Manila, Hong Kong and Hanoi, and later as senior vice president in charge of a global online media business at Reuters London headquarters. A U.S.-British dual national, she holds a B.A. in Political Science from the State University of New York at Purchase, a B.S. from Columbia University Journalism School and an M.Sc. from London Business School. Kat lives in London with her younger son, Ben.
Marian Fontana, Trustee, Project Mosaic
Marian Fontana has been a writer and performer for 20 years. After losing her husband, Dave Fontana, on September 11, 2001 she became an advocate for New York City firefighters, families of 9/11 victims and rescue workers. Her book, A Widows Walk, describes the aftermath of the attacks. Marian’s articles have appeared in The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Elle, Parenting and Martha Stewart magazine. She was founding president of 9-11 Families Association and served as board president for TributeWTC, a commemorative centre at the former site of the World Trade Towers. As a comedienne and actress, Marian has written and performed in three plays and four one-woman shows including “A Woman and her Bassoon”, which was selected for the Playwrights Horizons Summerfest and “Bassoon Pieces” at Variety Arts Theater in New York. Marian has a B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College. She lives in New York with her son.
Anne Lieberman, Trustee, Project Mosaic
Anne Lieberman is a university student and grass-roots organiser actively involved with a number of community and political initiatives. A U.S. citizen living in London, she is the founding head of the Young Professionals Network at Democrats Abroad UK, which provides a community for young U.S. nationals living outside the United States and encourages them to be involved in the U.S. political process. Anne’s volunteer work includes organising events for Democrats Abroad UK and serving as a Consular Warden to help the U.S. Embassy in London with outreach to members of the local U.S. community. Anne has also done volunteer work for a London mayoral candidate and the Jewish Museum. She is a candidate for a B.A. in Economics, Politics and Public Policy at Goldsmith University, London.
Andy Pring, Trustee, Project Mosaic
Andy Pring is a council officer in local government in London with expertise in conflict resolution and community cohesion. At Wandsworth Borough Council he works to protect people in underserved communities from extremist movements. Andy has led interfaith initiatives and school workshops to help enable young people to create positive social change. Andy liaises with the Office for Security and Counter Terrorism at Britain’s Home Office and with representatives of the Foreign Office in protecting youths from radicalisation. Andy has a BA in Theology and an MPhil in Islamic Studies from the University of Birmingham. Beyond the United Kingdom, he has carried out research and done volunteer work in Brazil, Ireland, Iraq, Israel, Pakistan, the Palestinian Territories and Tanzania.
Charlotte Rayani, Trustee, Project Mosaic
Charlotte Rayani is an expert in marketing, fundraising and strategy. At Karma Nirvana, a UK charity that protects children and young adults from forced marriage and so-called “honour” violence, she devised and implemented a national fundraising campaign that rescued the organisation from closure and made it financially sustainable. Previously, Charlotte worked as the resource development officer at the Aga Khan University in London, where she established the development office and created a long-term communications and fundraising plan. In one year, she raised £3.9 million from individual donors for the university. Charlotte has also worked as a consultant, and sales and marketing director for commercial entities in the United States. A Swedish national and long-term resident in the UK, she is a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and the City Women’s Network.