We strongly believe in the power of collaboration between people from all disciplines and walks of life. After all, mobility issues affects us all, and often in ways we’re not even aware of. Many people have shared their knowledge and views to drive the foundation ahead – and we hope that many more will come forward with the ideas and enthusiasm we need to succeed. Here are a few of our main collaborators whose significant contributions have helped to shape PAF.
Geoffrey came to senior management in 2005, at the age of 21, when he took over the reins of Michael Debono Ltd (MDL) due to the early demise of his father. MDL is the sole representative of Toyota Motor Corporation in Malta and in 1960 was Toyota’s first appointed distributor in Europe. Geoffrey immediately recruited very capable personnel and forged a powerful management team which now directly handles the day-to-day operation with him as Managing Director.
It was his vision that gave birth to PAF in 2017.
Michael Mallia joined PAF in 2016. He is the board member of the Debono Group, which he joined as an outside member in 2008. He has brought a very broad and varied experience in the Public (particularly as a diplomat) and Private sectors of the economy to the foundation.Currently he is Chairman of the constitutionally set up Employment Commission, a panel member of the Industrial tribunal and also Chairman of the Ghana Mission Foundation which has collected funds and actually constructed a hospital in Kumasi, Ghana.In the past he was for seven years the President of the Malta Employers Association and also chaired the first national consumer affairs council, the board of a private and a public hospital, as also Public Broadcasting Services (PBS) and served as director in a number of companies ranging from journalism to information technology, as also the national airline, Air Malta.