Meet the Team
Meet our Patrons
Sir Kenneth Branagh
“I’m proud to be a Patron and avid supporter of this wonderful little UK children’s charity. I have watched, often in wonder, how Over The Wall’s small team of staff and their fabulous volunteers, have consistently delivered the most wonderful, life-changing experiences to seriously ill children and their families – year after year and always free-of-charge.”
Marc Koska OBE
Marc Koska OBE is the inventor of the K1 auto-disable syringe and founder of the SafePoint charity. Mark is a highly regarded advocate around the world for needle safety in both immunisation and therapeutic sectors.
Non – Exec Director and Co-Founder tccglobal NV Amsterdam. An international company specialised in loyalty marketing campaigns for the world’s leading food retailers – based in Milan and New York for 30 years before returning to the UK in 2014. Earlier career in advertising and publishing. Currently serves on the boards of tccglobal, Summit Media, Over the Wall and Keystone Games.
Chris Van Der Kuyl
Chris van der Kuyl is a digital entrepreneur and Chairman and co-Founder of 4J Studios, one of the UK’s most successful videogame developers responsible for Minecraft Console editions. More recently, he became Chairman of Puny Astronaut who are bringing their first game to market. Chris is also Chairman of TVSquared, a fast growing data analytics company, Chairman of Broker Insights, a start up insurtech company and was the founding Chairman of Entrepreneurial Scotland. Chris sits on many advisory boards and is a board member of several local charities. Chris has been awarded honorary degrees from many of Scotland’s leading universities in recognition of his contribution to enterprise.
Lara Zibners Lohr
Lara Zibners Lohr is a paediatric emergency medicine physician, medical educator, author and mother of three. American born, she spent 13 years living and working in London before relocating to Vienna, Austria. A trustee since 2014, she has also previously been an active member of the clinical advisory board. She currently holds a national educator post at the Royal College of Surgeons, England, an honorary consultant post in paediatric emergency medicine within the NHS, as well as a nonclinical academic post in New York.
Our Trustees are drawn from all walks of life, including parents whose children have visited camp, medical professionals, volunteers and senior business people. All are united by a desire to continuously improve outcomes and services for seriously ill children and their families.
Ever thought about becoming a Trustee or a non-Trustee Board Member? If you would like further information please get in touch.
Our Current Trustees
Joe Cronly – Chairman