Miles Morland is still hoping to find out what he is going to do when he grows up. He spent the first half of his “career” working for people like Morgan Stanley. In 1989 he chucked that up and began nosing around places where it was unwise to drink the tap water. This led to the formation of two companies, Blakeney Management, and DPI, to invest in Africa and the Middle East. After some stupid mistakes they have done well with the result that Miles now has more money than he needs. He is using that to fund the Foundation. He also writes books and rides over-powered motorbikes round faraway countries. Two daughters and one ex-wife. He lives on a houseboat on the Thames and is a happy man.