GLO

SIMON GUILLEBAUD.

“Leadership is the key to 99 percent of all successful efforts.” - Erskine Bowle

Author, speaker, social entrepreneur, family man, cyclist and charity founder, Simon Guillebaud had a very clear call to Burundi in 1999, when it was regarded as the most dangerous country on earth. Having unexpectedly survived 7 years of genocide and civil war, he set up GLO with the vision to transform Burundi and beyond through holistic mission, working with gifted local leaders of integrity. 

Now married with three young children, he  and his wife Lizzie have both been awarded an MBE for their services to Burundi.

Simon is author of the bestselling Choose Life – 365 readings for radical disciples, voted 'Devotional of the Year 2015'. He is also author of 'More than Conquerors', 'Sacrifice' and 'Dangerously Alive' and has over 25,000 social media followers who read his challenging, frequently shocking, sometimes amusing and always authentic tweets and blog posts.

Simon places a very high value on his family life and in his books is keen to acknowledge his partnership with his wife, Lizzie in the way they aspire to live out their Christian lives together.

Simon's work through GLO continues to have a huge impact on the country, now helping well over 100,000 of the very neediest people every year in strategic and sustainable ways.

Simon is sought after as a speaker in Burundi, the UK and internationally. 

Simon has pioneered the establishment of leading Bujumbura hotel, the Kings Conference Centre (KCC), a social enterprise modelling effective godly business practices for the nation and fuelling the work of Scripture Union Burundi. Many hotels closed down during the crisis of 2015 but KCC has thrived, serving hope and modelling business integrity. 

 

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