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Founder, Project Harar Ethiopia
Jonathan Crown is the founder and chairman of Project Harar Ethiopia, which helps people with severe facial disfigurements, in 2001.
He also runs a residential property investment company in London.
He trained and qualified as a chartered accountant and previously worked at Casson Beckman, now Baker Tilly.
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