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Executive Assistant

Peter Jones

Peter Jones

Peter’s role encompasses executive support to the chief executive and senior team, as well as supporting on finance, and as a first point of contact for the organisation. He brings a wide range of skills and experience to his role.

A graduate of St Andrews University, his career has included an early period living in France, working at the International Chamber of Commerce where he helped to set up a database linking members worldwide. Returning to Scotland, he worked briefly in customer service, sales and data support for Sykes Europe before being appointed as a designer with Scottish Field Magazine where his creative skills were utilised in all aspects of design and production. He joined Inspiring Scotland in 2008

Throughout, Peter has built a successful career as an artist and has exhibited widely. In 2011 he produced an exhibition of his paintings to raise funds for Inspiring Scotland’s 14:19 Fund. Peter is a keen wild swimmer, enjoys spending time with family and friends and loves to travel.

peter@inspiringscotland.org.uk

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