Directors

The Reverend Duncan Dormor became General Secretary of USPG in January 2018. Duncan is an Anglican priest, a published author, teacher and public speaker. Before joining USPG, Duncan spent nearly two decades at St John’s College, Cambridge, where he served as Dean of Chapel and President (Head of the Fellowship) and taught anthropology and sociology of religion. He has degrees in Human Sciences, Theology and Demography. Duncan is currently a member of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland’s Mission and Theological Advisory Group.

The Reverend Canon Richard Bartlett is USPG’s Director of Mission Engagement, a role he has held since 2016. Richard was ordained as an Anglican Priest in 1994. His first contact with USPG was as an ordinand at Westcott House when he experienced a pastoral placement through USPG in Ghana.  Richard has served as a parish priest and school chaplain in Dorset and London, and as a USPG Missionary in Brazil, where he was Chaplain of Brasilia Anglican Cathedral. He has a Masters in Liberation Theology and is an Honorary Canon of Brasilia Cathedral.

Ben Kuevidjen is USPG’s Finance and Resources Director and also its Deputy General Secretary. Ben joined USPG in 2010. Prior to this, he worked for a number of private and third-sector organisations and is a highly experienced accountant with over 20 years’ experience. Ben is also a governor of St Saviour’s Primary School in Lewisham, where he serves in a number of capacities: as Chair of the school’s Pay Committee, Vice Chair of the board of governors and as a member of the school’s Resources Committee.

Rachel Parry is USPG’s Director of Global Relations. Rachel has worked for USPG since 1997; prior to joining USPG, she taught in China for two years with the Amity Foundation. During her time with USPG, Rachel has engaged extensively with current and future leaders across the Anglican Communion. Rachel is well versed with the multiple geographic, cultural and theological boundaries of the Communion and is committed to building relationships and bringing people together. Rachel spent her early years in Papua New Guinea and has a Masters in Asian Politics from the University of London (SOAS).