Nigel King, Funder and Founder of DogHorn Campaign, designer of the Yellow Lanyard Packs and researcher behind the DogHorn concept of Sound, Teamwork and Visibility.
A semi-retired, 67 years old, former international businessman, former RAF Search and Rescue pilot, with awards for innovation, business success and scientific research, has spent many years in the surveillance and security industry.
Please; not to be confused with the Nigel King Foundation in the USA!!
Rosie. Also known as Roisin. Lawyer, adviser, packer and chief administrator to the founder.
Sue Wilson CBE. Community Business Advisor to DogHornUK.
Sue has served as a non-executive board member of HMRC, the Newcastle Hospitals Trust, Newcastle City Challenge, the North East Industrial Development Board, North of England Civic Trust, Northumbria University, Regional Development Agency, One NorthEast, Northumberland Learning and Skills Council, the Baltic Contemporary Art Gallery and homelessness charity Emmaus North East which she established in South Tyneside.
Sue is currently a lay member of the Employment Appeal Tribunal, a director of North East Access to Finance, of Fisica Ltd, of Live and NTC Touring Theatre companies and Chair of dance education charity Gateway Studio. Successful with a bid to the National Lottery Heritage Fund Sue is heading up a project to restore and convert the grade 1-listed former Trinity Church in Gateshead High Street into a centre of arts, heritage and community and a base for Gateway.
Educated at Aberdeen and Newcastle Universities, she lives in Newcastle and Barcelona and was awarded the CBE in the 2001 New Year’s Honours List for services to economic development in the North East of England.
Judith. Distribution coordinator. Judith lives close to the DogHornUK HQ and helps in many roles in the organisation. Her primary role ensures that local volunteers are organised on a daily basis and Lanyard packs are made up, correctly and efficiently, in their hundreds.
Judith also assists with packing, stock management and quality control. Her golden lab, Rosie, is a welcome addition to the dog pack keeping everyone happy at the warehouse.
Sue. Retired para-legal and Local Volunteer. Owner of two dogs.
Sue is the voice that new group applicants hear during their affiliation process and a skilful creator of the hundreds of mini posters that go out to the DogHorn community.
Pauline and Nell. Pauline is a prodigious creator of DogHorn Lanyard Packs as well as operating as a picker and packer in the warehouse. Nell is an 8 year old Border Terrier that is part of the DogHorn warehouse team as well as being chief model for the new DogHorn NEO One-Click Leash and Collar product.
Sam. Moderator. Degree in Business and Marketing