Paul has had a lifelong career in Passenger Railways, culminating in a UK board level appointment with Railtrack.
Special Interest – Paul is the current Chair of Scottish Autism and is a parent of a young adult with autism.
Alison is a Regional Tutor for the University of Birmingham Webautism course and holds a formal qualification in autism.
Special Interest – Alison is the current Vice Chair of Scottish Autism. She has over 25 years clinical nursing experience, and is a founding member and Chair of Autism Argyll. Alison was leader of the work done by NHS Education for Scotland in developing ASD information resources, particularly related to assessment and diagnosis.
Fiona is the Finance Manager for the Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration.
Special Interest - Fiona is the Honorary Treasurer for Scottish Autism and chairs the Finance Committee.
Ian is a retired Assistant Director from the Scottish Banking Sector. He is currently self-employed as a Business Consultant.
Special Interest – Ian has a personal interest in autism, and is keen to be more community-involved since his retirement.
Special Interest - Colette is a parent of a young adult with autism and has been involved with Scottish Autism for over 20 years.
Cathy is a retired Teacher
Special Interest - Cathy has personal experience of living with autism as the parent of a young adult with autism and is also active in the Fife Action on Autism group.
Andrew is an architect who has a long association with Scottish Autism, having previously served as Chair.
Andrew also designed New Struan, and is the parent of a young adult with autism.
Susan has 22 years experience working across the public and private sectors and has particular experience in project management, stakeholder management and a wide business experience. She has also Voluntary sector experience and has been involved in fundraising and community projects over a number of years. Special interest comes from living alongside a child with autism and she wants to put her business experience to use in assisting the Scottish Autism Board.
Kenneth has over 25 years experience in destination marketing, brand management, economic development and regeneration, cultural tourism, and festival and events operations. He has a track record of leading successful public - private sector collaborations. He currently manages his own consultancy business. Special interest is a desire to apply his professional experience and expertise to support and advance the work of Scottish Autism.
Jill has been working as a GP in Forth Valley for over 20 years. She has an interest in the diagnosis and management of autism, and is the parent of an autistic teenager. Jill is keen to explore the provision of services across all ranges of the spectrum.
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