MEET THE TEAM
We are passionate about making a positive difference to the lives of children in our schools
Jennifer Musson lives in St Neots with her husband and three young children. Jenny has a background working in primary education and loves crafting, art, languages, songs and games. Jenny is a committed follower of Christ and serves at St. Neots Evangelical Church.
Jenny says, “Through my children, I have discovered that even the youngest child can have a relationship with God and I endeavour to help more children realise that too.”
Trustee and Treasurer
David is a practising Chartered Accountant and has volunteered as a school governor for over 20 years.
A Church Elder for 10 years, David is a Sunday group leader with a class of 8/11 year olds. He has a passionate desire to see the next generation becoming acquainted with the Word of the living God.
David has six grandchildren and counts it as a great privilege to have served at ACTIOS as a founder trustee and treasurer.
Alan was born in Inverness and gave his heart to the Lord Jesus at the age of 12 years old.
His career was in the Aerospace and Defence sector, where he started as an antenna engineer and worked his way up through engineering before taking on responsibility for the business.
He believes passionately that the great commission and the command to love our neighbour are inextricably linked.
Leanne works for Scripture Union as a Content Innovator in the Development hub team/. She loves creating new resources for Christian youth, childrens and schools workers to use and believes that her four and half years spent as the ACTIOS schools worker gives her a unique perspective into her new role. She has three daughters and attends the Opendoor Church in St Neots where she has been a member for 13 years. When she is not busy working or raising her children she is part of two community choirs and loves going to the cinema and the theatre. Leanne believes in the work of ACTIOS wholeheartedly and is enjoying mentoring our new school’s worker.
Simon Leher is the Digital Communications Manager for Places for People. He has held a variety of posts in the private, public and voluntary sectors. He has degrees in Literature and Journalism from the University of Cape Town and Rhodes University respectively. Simon has three children and worships at River Church in St Neots.