Jonathan Crown

Jonathan Crown

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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