Fraser first joined Humanist Society Scotland as Campaigns and Communications Manager in March 2017 after roles at Citizens Advice Scotland and the Scottish Parliament. He has previously run campaigns on ending Funeral Poverty, clamping down on payday lenders and protecting vulnerable people from scammers.
Lynsey joined the Humanist Society Scotland team in 2013. Prior to joining the team, Lynsey worked across the public and voluntary sectors in roles focused on improving communities and opportunities for families and young people. Lynsey is committed to Humanist Society Scotland’s role in providing meaningful services which make a positive difference to Humanists in Scotland.
Mads oversees the organisation’s digital services, providing staff, volunteers and the celebrant body with the tools they need to do their jobs.
Humanists are people who share common values, such as science and rational enquiry, and who seek to live ethical lives based on reason and compassion.
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