David Fewster is from Wrexham, Wales in the U.K. and has worked in both Laos and Thailand. He was the CEO of Kanok Bannasan or OMF Publishers for 20 years and in 1997, founded Bridge Communications, a publishing agency that also publishes Santisuk English School's textbooks. David retired in 2001 but returned to Bangkok in 2017 to establish the Santisuk English Center (SCP) in Pakkret, Nonthaburi where he is currently Director.
  Atif Gill graduated from Allama Iqbal College in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, received his Diploma of Biblical Studies from the Vision College of Leadership, and a B.A. in Theology from St. John's Theological Seminary in Sargodha. Atif worked many years as a journalist with different newspapers including being Editor in Chief at the Daily Education Post. Atif is currently an administrative staff member at SCP and is married to Samina.
  Samina Gill received her B.A. in Arts from the University of the Punjab in Lahore, Pakistan, her B.Ed in Education from Allama Iqbal Open University in Islamabad, and an International Women’s Leadership Certificate from Korea. Samina  has lived in Thailand with her spouse, Atif,  for the past three years and is also an administrative staff member at SCP.