Geraint is a hydrogeologist and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) engineer. He started his career as an exploration geologist before moving into the humanitarian sector working for organisations such as the International Rescue Committee, Médecins Sans Frontières and Oxfam. He obtained a 1st class MSc in hydrogeology from Birmingham University and went on to work for the UK Environment Agency as a hydrogeologist. In 2012 Geraint founded Groundwater Relief in order to link groundwater expertise from within the private, public and academic sectors to the aid and development sectors. Since 2016 he has has been working full time as Groundwater Relief's Chief Executive Officer. Geraint has experience developing and managing small to large scale groundwater supply projects all over Africa and Asia.
Laura originally graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Earth Science from the University of Glasgow and is now studying a part-time MSc in Hydrogeology at the University of Strathclyde, with her thesis focusing on groundwater quality within Cox Bazar, Bangladesh.
Brought up on a dairy farm on the edge of the Lake District Laura is use to solving problems knee deep in cow poo. She is also an outdoor enthusiast, and is passionate about using her hydrogeological knowledge to help improve the management and provision of groundwater resources in the developing world.
Following a summer work placement Silas is supporting Groundwater Relief part time with funding and advocacy. He is also studying a full-time Geology BSc at Durham University. Before commencing his degree Silas spent several years renovating a house, managing a journalistic website, and working in timber framing. With a fervent interest in politics and the environment he has a long-term desire to see positive, educated and sustainable changes arise around the globe for the benefit of humans, nature & land alike.