Philanthropist Carole Hambleton-Moser spent over 25 years in the international banking sector in Geneva and Cape Town. Since her early retirement in 2009 from her position as Head of Credit Suisse’s Representative Office in Cape Town, she has dedicated herself to a variety of philanthropic efforts.
Carole Hambleton-Moser launched her new website, www.carolehambletonmoser.com, in January 2019. The purpose of the site is to help build awareness for the various causes and charities she supports, including the Eseltjiesrus Donkey Sanctuary in MacGregor, South Africa, which provides care and rehabilitation to mistreated donkeys and promotes donkey-human interaction for physical and psychological healing. Hambleton-Moser has recently begun her third term on the board of the Sanctuary.
Hambleton-Moser focuses her philanthropic work in helping selected charitable organizations become “viable and sustainable” by sharing her expertise as a member of their Board of Directors.
She focuses on charities in two main areas: that of animal welfare, and with assisting previously disadvantaged youth in South Africa to reach their potential as entrepreneurs.
“Many NGOs and social enterprises lack the funding necessary to pay Board members. I try to help enterprises that focus on healing, uplifting and nurturing, and I do my work pro bono as my way of ‘giving back.’”
In addition, the website will be a platform where Hambleton-Moser shares her most recent publications based on her various interests including business, leadership, social and economic issues and more.
For more information, visit: http://www.carolehambletonmoser.com/
About Carole Hambleton-Moser
Carole Hambleton-Moser majored in French at Gettysburg College and earned a Master of Arts in Law & Diplomacy (M.A.L.D.) from Tufts University. She also has a diploma from the Institut de Hautes Etudes Internationales in Geneva, Switzerland. Hambleton-Moser thrived in the corporate world, and she continues to thrive in her early retirement as a member of the Board of several non-profit organizations.