Our Ambassadors

Borne’s ambassadors are incredibly important. They support our team by promoting our work and events as widely as possible and encouraging more people to get involved. They are united in their commitment to our cause and to raising awareness of preterm birth. 

 

Will & Caro Greenwood

“It felt like our life was complete finding out we were pregnant. Like any other expectant parents, you presume everything will be fine. For us that wasn’t the case, our son Freddie was born at 21 weeks weighing 1lbs 2oz, he lived for an hour. Nobody can be prepared for that eventuality, falling in love with a perfectly formed human being, knowing you won’t ever take them home. We owe our family of five to one man, the founder of Borne. Borne’s team of researchers, led by Professor Mark Johnson, are focused on finding triggers that cause preterm birth. Through their discovery and knowledge, we’ve gone on to have three more children. We are indebted to Borne and fully support the work they’re doing.”

 

Darcey Bussell

“Having a baby is seen as such a natural thing, yet it is so important to understand the complications that go with it. The work of Borne is so incredibly important. It’s reassuring to know that, with Borne, the team are close to some real breakthroughs that will improve the health outcomes of so many mothers and babies.

 

Celebrity supporters

Along with our ambassadors, we have a number of celebrity supporters who are incredibly important to us. Collectively they help to raise the profile of Borne, and are huge advocates of the work we are doing to help reduce premature birth rates. 

Alistair Petrie  |  Dean Mumm  |  Erin O’Connor  |  Greg Rusedski  |  Michael Nunn  |  Natascha McElhone  |  Ronni Ancona