Meet the team
“The experience of having my son abducted changed my life forever. My decision to found Abducted Angels was a response to the many calls I received from parents wanting to speak to someone who understood the pain and the loss of their child. I am passionate about supporting the victims of international parental child abduction.”
Sean Felton, CEO & Trustee
“My passion for social justice and helping organisations achieve their business and social aims has kept me within the charity sector for many years! I understand the challenges charities face and I am therefore pleased to be able to bring my experience of researching social policy and charity fundraising to Abducted Angels.”
Santosh Rai, Research & Fundraising Associate
Committed to engaging audiences, my PR expertise lies in multi-channel content creation and strategy. Hearing the experiences of those affected by child abduction and helped by Abducted Angels enforced my commitment to join the push for change using impact and insight.
Sarah Arnold, Trustee
“The plight of abducted children is really close to my heart as my daughter was abducted to Libya in 2007. I truly understand the heartache caused by parental child abduction and the importance of making the right connections and the need for funds. I am pleased to help the charity to raise the funds that it needs to support other parents.”
Sarah Taylor, Trustee
As a photojournalist for Trinity Mirror and company owner of photographic agency JK Press I have covered some of the most significant world news events of the last four decades. After I covered the rescue of Mariam Soliman by her mother Gillian in Egypt I realised the depth of injustice experienced by hundreds of families. Taking a child taken away is the cruellest act a husband or wife can inflict on their former spouse.
John Alevroyiannis, Trustee
[spacer height=”20px”]Abducted Angels is a small team, including parents, who have been directly impacted by parental child abduction. Our operations team is responsible for the day to day management of the charity with oversight from a board of trustees.