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Meet our team!

Director and co-founder
Michael is the co-founder and secretary of XLability which was created to help promote the activities on disability awareness in partnership with the Soulcial Trust, the NGO he manages in India and Cambodia. In addition to disability awareness programs, the Trust also works on environmental and educational issues. Besides his work with XLability and the Soulcial Trust, Michael runs a trade association in the duty free and travel retail industry.
Operations officer in New Delhi
Guddu is a multi-talented all rounder who gets around on his skateboard. An amputee since the age of 10, Guddu is no stranger to the realities and hardships of living with a disability in India. Having empowered himself for the past few years, Guddu joined XLability and the Soulcial Trust team to help empower others, who like him, do not have the use of certain limbs and therefore do not receive the same consideration in society as abled-bodied people. Alongside his work at the XLability and the Soulcial Trust, Guddu works at a guesthouse.
Programmes Director
Genni's love of learning and passion for social issues led her to join the Soulcial Trust in August 2017. With extensive experience abroad over the past five years, she loves to learn about new cultures and participate in inter-cultural sharing. She brings a varied NGO and international development background to the Trust, and is excited to be part of this collaborative and inclusive community.
XLability Manager
Manon joined the Trust as part of her end-of-study internship within her Master’s degree in Reims, France. Willing to strengthen her previously gained experience in disability project management and social economy, she joined the Soulcial Trust in Siem Reap armed with motivation and dynamism. This dog lover and music enthusiast will be a part of Project XLability over the next 6 months.
Emeric, 39, is a former national level sportsman having competed for France as a Young sailor in international competitions. He continued his passion professionally by creating a maintenance software company specifically for the maritime sector, which he has successfully run for over 15 years. With a deep understanding of the importance of sport for personal fulfilment and confidence from personal experience, Emeric is a staunch supporter of promoting disability sports and raising awareness for the cause.
Emilie, 38, is a former model and no stranger to the importance of physical well-being and sense of achievement, whether through the stage or sports. She has worked in insurance and finance for over 15 years in Marseille and now Toulon where she successfully runs one of the city’s largest insurance brokerages for Axa. She dedicates her spare time to her 2 daughters, on whom she is keen to impress the importance of social justice and inclusion, irrespective of race, religion or physical ability.
Sara Sor
Operations Manager
Sara Sor, an experienced NGO operative of Cambodian origin joined The Soulcial Trust team in June to head up the operations in Cambodia. He is responsible, among other tasks, of helping develop the wheelchair sports center The Soulcial Trust is setting up in Siem Reap.