Fiona brings over 30 years of private, public and third sector business and economic development expertise to her role within Inspiring Scotland. Her experience includes setting up and running childcare facilities, making her role within Thrive Outdoors particularly relevant.
Her skills in investment funding, strategic project management and business development combine to offer Thrive Outdoors charities wide ranging advisory support.
Fiona has held a number of voluntary Board roles including as Business Development and Fundraising Director of community charities.
She enjoys spending time with her family, walking her dog and is also a keen amateur artist.
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