Gordon has spent most of his working life in the voluntary sector, campaigning for social justice and human rights. Before joining the Humanist Society Scotland he worked as Head of Public Affairs for Which? in Scotland and before that spent five years as Head of Communications and Policy at Shelter Scotland. He has worked in similar roles at Indigo PR, Scottish Grocers’ Federation and Leonard Cheshire Disability. He lives in Peebles with his wife and two children.
In her role as Head of Ceremonies and Chaplaincy Lynsey has strategic responsibility for the development of ceremonies and works closely with the National Ceremonies Officer and Ceremonies Committee. Lynsey is committed to the development and promotion of humanist ceremonies across Scotland.
Fiona joined Humanist Society Scotland in June 2016. Her previous finance roles have been in the voluntary sector, most recently Carr Gomm, a leading Scottish support charity. The common strand across 20 years of finance experience has been working with organisations that respect the individual and deliver high quality services. Fiona is committed to the development of a secular Scotland and Humanist Society Scotland’s leading role in that process.
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