Professor K.E. Lewis
Keir Lewis is our Chairperson. He is a Professor in Swansea University and a Respiratory Consultant in Prince Philip Hospital, Hywel Dda Health Board. He sits on the Wales Rare Disease Implementation Group and in his spare time likes to use his lungs to play the saxophone and cheer the Scarlets!
Joe Annandale is our Treasurer. He is a Respiratory Nurse Specialist in Hywel Dda University Health Board and is currently working hard to complete a PhD. In his very limited spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family and running.
Kate Williams is our Secretary. Kate is a qualified solicitor and when not practising law she uses her lungs to voice orders to her children and errant husband, Keir Lewis.
Sarah Rees is one of our trustees and part of the lung research team at Prince Philip Hospital, Hywel Dda University Health Board. Sarah is a very slow but long distance runner who loves to collect medals and free t-shirts.
Rachel Gemine is one of our trustees and works in the Research department of Hywel Dda University Health Board. She has a PhD in medicine and a special interest in improving quality in respiratory healthcare through clinical innovation. In her spare time Rachel also likes to run and collect medals and free-t-shirts
Kyle Jenkins is our lead web designer/administrator and social media manager. He has recently completed a bachelor's degree in Computing in which he graduated with first class honours. Kyle is an avid football fan and fanatic supporter of his beloved Liverpool F.C. Kyle also enjoys playing computer games, taking trips to the cinema and listening to his eclectic taste of music.
Sylvia Evans is one of our trustees. A retired nurse, Sylvia has a rare muscle illness and continues to use her skills through her voluntary work. Spending time with family and friends is priority for Sylvia and her interests include rugby (having been to the last 3 World Cups!), bird-watching, musicals and cooking.
Graham Evans is one of our trustees and Sylvia’s husband. He took early retirement from the Civil Service in 2012 to become a Carer for Sylvia; a role which is ongoing. Like Sylvia, Graham enjoys spending time with family and friends and his other interests include rugby, bird-watching, gardening and model railways.