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Chantal Khoueiry, Founder

Chantal has extensive HR, executive coaching and humanitarian experience. Since 2001, she has worked at Value Retail, the only company to specialise exclusively in the creation and operation of luxury outlet destinations, The Bicester Village Shopping Collection, in Europe and China, initially as Group HR Director and most recently as Chief Culture Officer. Prior to this, Chantal worked as HR Director at Polo Ralph Lauren and as project leader at UNESCO, supporting various humanitarian global initiatives. 

Chantal holds a Master’s Degree in International Law and a postgraduate Diploma in Law of Arab Countries from the Sorbonne University, Paris. With Lebanese, Italian and Ethiopian origins, Chantal speaks French, English, Arabic, Italian and Spanish. 

Jenny Palmer, Business and Commercial Director

Jenny joined Brides do Good as Head of Business Development in 2018, marking a new stage in acceleration and creative innovation for the brand. With a strong background in charity and entrepreneurial start-ups, Jenny has experience in building new business across the finance and charity sectors.

With a particular passion for women’s and children’s health, Jenny was previously at the Borne Foundation, a charity focused on preventing preterm births through research. Alongside the Trustees, Jenny played a crucial role in the formation of the charity and shaped the operational, fundraising and marketing directions of the organisation which raised over £1.1 million each year under her watch.

Jenny also works with several women’s infertility organisations as fundraiser and mentor, with two ultramarathons and many miles under her belt!

‘Brides do Good is an incredibly exciting opportunity. Both for me as Head of Business Development, and also for those brides, supporters, and partners that make up our extended family. I only have to gather my closest friends around the table to know that a group of women with their heads together can do marvellous things. We’re asking women all over the world to come together for girls who need help – together we’re going to shine’.

Becky Glass, Digital Communications Manager

As Digital Communications Manager, Becky curates the online identity of Brides do Good.
With a background in communications, graphic design and user insight, she is passionate about helping socially conscious organisations identify and achieve their goals through research, strategic communications, web optimization and visual identity. She came to the organisation having worked with the International Currency Exchange, the Care and Support Alliance, the African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust and the Health and Care Professions Council among others.
"I’m thrilled to be a part of a company that is making a difference. Not only in making real impact for girls across the world, ensuring their access to rights we so often take for granted, but also in promoting ethical and sustainable fashion. We are a group of a creative, determined women, supported by an even bigger group of creative and determined women, and I’m thrilled to play a part in crafting this brand to it’s true potential."

Tamsin Smith, Engagement Officer: Charity Projects

In her role as our Engagement Officer, Tamsin is responsible for raising awareness of the Brides do Good cause through our charity work. 

Tamsin joined Brides do Good in 2018, whilst studying for her Master's in International Child Studies at King's College London. She is dedicated to promoting girls' rights, and the empowerment of childhood's around the world. Tamsin is an experienced writer and editor, with demonstrated international experience working in the publishing and charitable sectors, in Shanghai, New York City, and now London. Tamsin has worked directly with several charities, including Stroke Association, Headway and Shelter, providing on-the-ground support in a variety of settings.

"I am so excited to join the wonderful team at Brides do Good, as part of an organisation that strives to leave an international positive footprint. I feel privileged to tell others about the communities our projects empower, and connect with inspiring girls and women from around the world."