Phoenix Zululand has built up a cadre of around 12 part-time facilitators who are responsible for implementing programme work. Some of these facilitators are ex-inmates themselves; some are pastors and ordained clergy; others are community volunteers.
All have considerable experience in implementing our programmes. Facilitators are given constant mentoring, training and refresher-training, and morale in the organisation is high.
A director is responsible for co-ordinating the work of the organisation.
Phoenix Zululand is overseen by an active Board of Management comprising representatives of the Quaker community, the legal profession, other church representatives and the Department of Justice. The Board of Trustees has primary oversight of Phoenix Zululand programme work. It holds responsibility for the financial oversight of the work, monitoring and evaluation and has full decision-making powers.