Kevin Leach has lived and worked in Kyiv, Ukraine since May 2018.
From that time up until the February 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine he worked for the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine, observing, recording and reporting violations of the Minsk agreements.
Since the invasion, Kevin has been working on the ground in Lviv, Kyiv, and Kharkiv, first as a fixer to connect incoming medical NGOs with the resources they need to get established in Ukraine, and then to bring medical supplies into Ukraine and ensure they end up in the right hands at the frontline.
Partner, Project Coordination
Milos is a Project Management Professional and an independent Management Consultant with 20 years of experience serving clients around world. With an International Business and Finance degree from the University of Alberta, Milos has worked between Canada, Europe and the US, leveraging his fluency in English, French, Czech and functional Spanish and Russian. His consulting and complex project experience extends across industries such as high tech, software development, financial services, telecom, mining, construction and automation engineering.
As a child, Milos came to Canada as a political refugee from Russian-occupied Czechoslovakia and grew up in British Columbia.
After graduating University, he lived and worked for over 6 years in Central and Eastern Europe and is an avid adventure traveller to countries across the Middle East, Africa, South America and the Pacific Rim.
Married to his wife for 18 years, he is also a proud father to three young daughters.
He is a passionate advocate for freedom, democracy and human rights and has been supporting Ukraine‘s struggle for dignity and independence since the Russian occupation of Crimea and Donbas in 2014.
DR PAUL DHILLON
Paul Dhillon is a Reservist General Duty Medical Officer at 12 (Vancouver) Field Ambulance, Canadian Armed Forces.
He completed medical school at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland before completing Post-graduate training in the UK, Italy, and Canada.
His civilian medical work consists predominantly of Emergency Medicine and rural Family Medicine alongside teaching nationally with The Review Course in Family Medicine. He has previous medical experience in post-conflict zones, humanitarian, and disaster medicine.
His last major volunteer work involved working as a physician in the Red Zone during the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone. He was inspired by the travel of Milos to aid Ukrainian refugees in Poland and is aiming to aid in fundraising and support to future trips to Ukraine. He resides in Sechelt, BC with his Irish wife, Sarah, and their two wee lads, Darragh and Ruairi.