Mairi started her career in the not-for-profit sector as a Partner in the first charities' sector recruitment company.
She founded Execucare in 1990, and has since recruited and headhunted Trustees, Directors and senior Executives across the not-for-profit sector, specialising in Higher Education in the UK and Europe, and in the arts, cultural and charities' sector.
Mairi also career counsels senior executives as well as advising graduates entering the sector.
Bilingual in French and English, Mairi was educated in Paris and Brussels and is a graduate of the University of St Andrews.
Steve’s early career was in public relations and campaigning and he worked for pressure groups, not-for-profits and law firms.
He has 20 years’ experience in communications and fundraising. He also runs the knowledge management and technology side of the business.
Brought up in Africa, Steve has a particular interest in humanitarian and international development work.
He has a degree in Psychology from the University of Newcastle.
Joanna has been a Director of Execucare for 14 years and specialises in the recruitment of chief executives and senior management level development and fundraising professionals.
Her early career was in the charity sector and with the European Commission in Brussels, before joining an international search firm operating in the commercial and not-for-profit sectors.
Joanna sits on the charity JDRF’s Succession Committee.
She has an MPhil in International Relations from the University of Cambridge and is a graduate of the University of East Anglia.
Nicky became a Director of Execucare UK in 2015 after a 15 month secondment to Execucare’s New Zealand office where she had been recruiting development professionals in the education and arts sectors throughout Australasia. Previously she had been with Execucare UK for eight years.
Nicky has recruited a wide range of senior development and fundraising roles across the not-for-profit sector. She now focuses on the education sector in both the UK and Australian markets.
She has an MA in French from the University of St Andrews.
Martin’s early career was in sales and marketing at Reuters and Knight-Ridder, two of the world's premiere news and information services providers.
He moved to the USA and joined an executive search firm based in Los Angeles.
Martin then established Execucare USA and specialises in the recruitment of senior staff for not-for-profits.
He has an MA from St Andrews University.
Tilda started her career in TV advertising production, and then worked for Greenpeace, before making documentaries and setting up a trust.
She began fundraising for Michael Park Steiner School then moved on to the YWCA Auckland.
Tilda now recruits fundraisers and marketing professionals and has an interest in the arts, social enterprise and environmental causes.
She has a Post Graduate Marketing Diploma from MIT Auckland.
Louise recently re-joined Execucare following a successful career in the New Zealand not-for-profit sector, most recently as Executive Director of the Nikau Foundation.
Louise is also highly experienced major gifts fundraiser, regularly securing 5, 6 and 7 figure gifts as well as establishing the Michael & Suzanne Borrin Foundation after a $38m bequest.
Louise has a BA in Education & Geography from the University of Canterbury, a Graduate Certificate in Business in Philanthropy & Nonprofit Studies from QUT and a Diploma in Information Management & Librarianship from the Victoria University of Wellington.
Laura joined Execucare as Associate Director following a successful fundraising career with some of the UK’s leading cultural organisatons – BAFTA, the Science Museum and most recently as Head of Corporate Partnerships at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Laura oversees our Arts portfolio.
Laura has a 1st class degree in Classics with English from King’s College London.
Jack is responsible for the smooth running of the UK office, ensuring the resources required to effectively carry out assignments are always available to the team.
He also oversees the production of recruitment documents and the subsequent implementation of advertising campaigns.
Jack has a degree in Fine Art from the University for the Creative Arts.
Eileen joined the Los Angeles office in 2010.
She brings a diverse background with experience in public relations, crisis communications and investor relations.
Today, Eileen uses her strategic consulting skills to manage searches for senior leadership roles for a wide variety of nonprofits.
She has a BA in Communications from the University of Southern California.
Jules recently joined Execucare following a successful fundraising career in the charity sector, spanning 20 years.
Specialising in major gifts, Jules has worked for a variety of leading charities, including Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity, UNICEF, Leonard Cheshire Disability and Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust.
Jules has a BA in History & Politics from the University of Huddersfield.
Heather has worked in the not-for-profit sector for over 15 years, beginning her fundraising career with The Royal British Legion and then moving to the Museum of London where she held a number of roles encompassing trust fundraising, major grants, prospect research and data management.
More recently, Heather was the Development Director at Ipswich School where she relaunched the development office, raised the profile of development in the school, and led on major gifts.
Heather has a BA in Classics & International History from Keele University.
Sarah began her early career practicing as a lawyer before moving into executive recruitment at Sheffield Consulting Group. She has worked for a variety of professional service firms in both Auckland and London.
In recent years she established herself as a fundraiser, first at Starship Foundation and then at St Cuthbert’s College, where she was the Head of Development.
Sarah has a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from the University of Auckland.
Jack works on candidate identification and research.
He graduated with a BA History & Archaeological Studies from the University of Kent.
Catrin provides administrative and research support to the team.
She has an MA in Postcolonial Culture & Global Policy from Goldsmiths, University of London and is a graduate of UCL.
Trilby recruits junior roles, as well as providing administrative and research support to the NZ Director and extended Execucare NZ team.
Prior to joining Execucare, she worked as a Manager at Kapai New Zealand, running a store, managing a team of up to nine and handling the human resources function.
Three years with the Fundraising Institute of New Zealand has given Minnie an insight on the ins and outs of the NFP sector. She provides administrative and research support to the NZ Execucare team.
Outside of Execucare, she is an accomplished writer and producer with award-winning filmmakers The Candle Wasters who create fierce, funny, feminist work.
Minnie has a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and English Literature from Victoria University of Wellington.
Zdravko is responsible for data management and enables the business to capitalise on our extensive LinkedIn networks and social media contacts.
He has a degree in law from the University of Zagreb.