Ed Wethered

Ed began his career at Merrill Lynch, where he was a member of the hedge fund group. In 2008, Ed moved to Zambia where he worked for a venture capital company, starting, investing in and running a wide range of businesses. Aged 26, Ed returned to London to co-found a hedge fund as its COO.

Ed was awarded the Extra Mile award by eFinancial News in 2016 and was nominated for the Beacon Award in Innovation 2017.

Hobbies: Playing Bingo, getting lost on mountains, parties on or near water 

Tenuous claim to fame: Ed ran 27 marathons in 26 days, one more that Eddie Izzard.

Favourite factoid: The man who did the voice of Mickey Mouse was married to the lady who did the voice of Mini Mouse.

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Morgan Kainth

Morgan has a background in the charitable sector, with a focus on Strategy, Operations and Fundraising. Morgan has worked with Raise Your Hands through its incubation stage while heading up Strategy and Operations at Prism the Gift Fund. She's bringing her expertise to RYH full time to make sure the nuts and bolts of RYH come together harmoniously, working for our members, our recipient charities, and the team.

Hobbies: Cooking (and eating), Yoga, Climbing things, and finding any excuse to walk rather than take public transport

Tenuous claim to fame: Once performed on a West End stage (once)

Favourite factoid: There are only 12 countries in the world spelt with four letters

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Tom Le Fanu

Tom heads up all things digital at Raise Your Hands. He’s worked for over ten years in digital communications and fundraising. Starting off agency side, Tom worked on a range of clients including Barclaycard and the COI government communications. He then moved into the charity sector, working in-house for WaterAid, Parkinson’s UK and Diabetes UK. His work has covered everything from writing digital strategies to tweets.

Hobbies: Climbing and falling off rocks, writing stories

Tenuous claim to fame: Once served gravy to Prince Philip, no spillage

Favourite factoid: The sport with the highest death rate after BASE jumping is bowls

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