Elected Members

Hege Johanne Pedersen: Hege has worked as a qualified nurse for the last two years in acute hospital settings, and most recently in community based care for children with life limiting illnesses.  She is based in Trondheim, Norway, where she is also active in the editorial team for the NCF Norway magazine.  Hege is also the Europe Coordinator for NCFI Next Generation, a network of younger nurses from all over the world who meet regularly online to pray and encourage one another.

Juan Carlos Nogal Pérez: Juan Carlos is based in Cantabria, northern Spain.  He has been active in the leadership of NCF Spain for several years. He writes and edits the blog of NCF Spain - emergencia vital

Rosa María López Posteguillo: Based in Valencia, Spain, Rosa has 35 years of nursing experience. She is Director of a course in the Care of the Elderly She has a Masters degree in Nursing Ethics, and has further training and experience in palliative care and intercultural nursing.  She is co-founder of the voluntary Organization “El Camino” in Valencia, which trains volunteers to in hospital visitation.  She is part of the Leadership of NCF Spain and has been on the NCFI International Board since 2012.  She is the mother of two sons.

Tim James: Tim has been qualified for more than 12 years and has been working within Paediatric Intensive Care. He is Chair of Christian Nurses & Midwives (NCF England).  He and his wife (Rachael, also a nurse) live near London with their children.


Co-opted Members

Marion Deelen: Marion trained as a nurse and midwife in Scotland, and has worked as a missionary in Latin America and Spain for most of her life.  She has been Secretary to NCF Spain since it began, and has been involved with NCFI for many years on the International Board and in other capacities. She lives in Madrid with her husband, Aart and her extended, international family.

Sue Allen: Sue qualified as a nurse and a midwife and worked as a ward sister before following the educational route and becoming a Registered Nurse Tutor.   Sue completed her studies at Masters level at the University of Surrey and completed a Doctorate based on action research within NHS organisations committed to integrated quality healthcare.  Sue became a Christian at the age of seven and her faith has always been central to both her personal and professional life.  Sue has coordinated the development of the four year NCFI leadership programme which focusses on a biblical, Christ centred model of leadership.

Steve Fouch: Steve qualified in general nursing in 1988 and worked mostly in community care, palliative care and the care of people with HIV and AIDS in London.  He now works full time developing ministry amongst Christian nurses in the UK for the Christian Medical Fellowship.  He lives near London with his wife and three children.