We work using hybrid model of associates (freelancers), volunteers and trustees. This means that we don't have staff as such, and no official office space which comes with advantages and challenges! This means that unless projects are funded, we're likely to ask you for $$$ if you're an organisation wanting to access training or events. All our trustees are members of the organisation, and our two co-directors undertake projects in both a paid and voluntary capacity. You can see our faces and read about us below
Emily works in the third sector at Citizens Advice Scotland, leading on national public education campaigns. She has many voluntary hats that include supporting women and girls at Glasgow East Women’s Aid, running digital and social activities with the Young Women’s Movement in Scotland and sitting on SCVO’s Women’s Network committee. Emily is a passionate, intersectional feminist and when she isn’t fighting the patriarchy, you’ll find bagging a munro, practising yoga or sipping on a G&T.
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Elena is an intersectional feminist who works for YWCA Scotland: The Young Women's Movement and volunteers for Amnesty International and Girlguiding. She was a member of the first year of Young Women Lead, a collaborative project between YWCA Scotland and the Scottish Parliament. She is passionate about politics, rugby and improving the lives for all women everywhere. Elena was listed as one of 30 Inspiring Women Under 30: Scotland Edition in 2018.
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