This is us, the people that make Third Sector Design.

Meet the team

Michael McAndrew


Meet Michael, he is an ex-member of the CiviCRM core team and founded Third Sector Design in 2005 to help non profits maximise their impact on the web. Michael brings a wealth of knowledge and experience as a former member of the civicrm core team and from numerous projects with non-profits including creating CRM, CMS, web applications, campaign tools and interactive online tools.

Michael focuses on the big picture, working closely with you to build digital strategies that ensure holistic planning and measurable success for every project. He is actively involved in CiviCRM community projects like conferences, sprints, documentation infrastructure. He continually explores how movements on the web, like free software and open source, intersect with social movements and non-profit causes.

Johanna Wallther

Operations manager

Meet Johanna Wallther. She makes sure our business is sustainable, improving and growing. When Michael is focused on the bigger picture, Johanna is dedicated to the details; improving our organisational tools and processes. 

Before working at 3SD, she was a project manager at MADE-BY and logistics coordinator at the sustainable fashion brand People Tree. She also spent a couple of years running a tasty street food stall in Whitecross Street Market, London. 

For Johanna, happiness is handmade. Since becoming a mother, she is keen to impart on her kids her love for making things from scratch and going back to the basics. She will always make time to just be in the moment and create, be it making her own sourdough bread, kefir yoghurt, muesli or watercolour painting and even pottery!

Rebecca Tregenna

Project manager

Meet Rebecca Tregenna. She brings a wealth of experience with her in terms of system development, configuration and business process and data review. She takes a service design approach while supporting our clients in using the technology available. She is not interested in creating pretty pixel-perfect designs only. Instead, she implements user-centric processes to come up with technological solutions for non-profits. 

She cares about the impact of her work. She deliberately shifted from the private sector to the not-for-profit sector across the UK. Rebecca believes in always learning and applying her knowledge to hopefully make the world a little better.

She's a proud mother of two; together they cook and bake, play and walk their dog, Brody. Rebecca makes the most of what she calls 'a perfect triangle' with the moors, a forest and a beach at a ten-minute distance from her house.

Portrait of Kurund Jalmi

Kurund Jalmi


Meet Kurund Jalmi, a committed non-profit techie, coder and web enthusiast. He was part of CiviCRM's founding team and was on Core team for several years. Kurund brings over 18+ years of experience providing world-class technological solutions for private and non-profit sectors in India and the USA. Kurund loves tech-for-good projects  that improve people’s lives. Being in a small team, he wears multiple hats from coding to testing to policy writing to project management.

He enjoys the challenge of keeping up with New Tech and immersing himself into the culture. Although he believes in engaging with non-profits to understand their problems first before jumping into tech-solutions. 

Beside work he enjoys being in the nature and loves hiking.


William Mortada's portrait photograph

William Mortada


Meet William, our senior developer. He has over 25 years of experience helping nonprofits, charities and voluntary organisations with technical knowledge and a deep understanding of voluntary organisations. He has supported many organisations to use technology, from managing marketing and communications to developing websites and databases. Before working at Third Sector Design, he was Digital Manager at a-n The Artists Information Company. He also runs CiviCRM North East, a non-technical, friendly and accessible meetup for CiviCRM users in the North East of England.

He believes that technology by itself does not solve problems; it's a tool that can be used to leverage an organisation’s strength. What charities often need is organisational change and tech to support that change.

Outside of work, he believes nature is a great place to recharge and appreciates getting fresh air, exercising, walking and cycling.


In addition to our core team, we often work in partnership with other providers that compliment our skill set. This allows us to focus on what we do best, gives you access to experts across many different fields, and ensures that we bring the right team to every project.