Geraint Burrows is the founder and CEO of Groundwater Relief.
Geraint is a hydrogeologist and WaSH engineer who has worked for the UK Environment Agency and a number of International Non-Governmental Organisations such as Oxfam, Medecins Sans Frontieres and the International Rescue Committee.
Caroline is a hydrogeologist with an MSc in hydrogeology from the University of Birmingham. Previous to working for Groundwater Relief, Caroline worked for two years in the UK mineral extraction industry carrying out groundwater monitoring projects and Environmental Impact Assessments.
Paul is a chartered hydrogeologist with 15 years’ experience working both in the private and humanitarian sectors. He has worked both in water supply in various countries including the UK, Australia, Mongolia, Haiti, South Sudan and the DRC. He has a keen technical interest in promoting responsible development of groundwater sources to support sustainable development of WASH systems.
As a recent graduate from Cranfield University with an MSc Water and Sanitation for Development, Lucy has worked on WASH projects and research in Ethiopia, Uganda and India. Prior to Groundwater Relief, Lucy worked in the travel industry and as a teacher and trainer in the education sector. She has a combined interest in emergency response, resource management and gender related issues.