Andy Partington leads the work of Novō Communities and Novō Adventures. Andy has served as Director of Training at London School of Theology, in local church leadership in the UK and Bolivia, and as CEO of Yeldall Manor, an addiction treatment centre in the southeast of England.
Andy is the author of Hope In Addiction: Understanding and Helping Those Caught in It’s Grip and Church and State. Andy is married to Michaela and the proud father of Daniel, Jemimah, Phoebe, JJ, and Miah.
David Salazar leads Novō’s work in Bolivia. David trained as an architect at the Universidad Privada de Santa Cruz (UPSA) and is a graduate of the Haggai International Institute for Advanced Leadership.
He served for 11 years as the Director of Monte Blanco, a Christian Camp and Conference Center in Bolivia, following training at Hume Lake Christian Camp in California. David is part of the leadership of Dios Con Nosotros Church.
David is married to Roxana, with one daughter and four grandchildren.
Novō’s trustees ensure the charity has a clear strategy, and that our work and goals align with our vision and values.
They safeguard Novō’s physical assets like property as well as intangible assets such as reputation. They ensure that the charity is run sustainably and with integrity.
In the UK, Novō Communities is a Registered Charity (1164421). View our most recent annual report and audited accounts here.
In Canada & USA, we partner with the Great Commission Foundation.
The current Novō Communities trustees are:
Trevor Childs (Chair)
Ian Hudell (Treasurer)