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Projects& IT Executive

Steve Falla

Steve Falla

After graduating with an Honours degree in Marketing Management Steve spent two years working and travelling overseas. On returning to Edinburgh he took up a position with the Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland working for their Administration Team where he was quickly seconded to Inspiring Scotland. Steve was involved from day one with the launch and rollout of the new organisation and now plays a key role in day to day operations.

In 2009 Steve qualified as an Association of Project Management Practitioner and in 2013 completed his CompTIA A+, an IT support certification. These qualifications and skills are at the fore of his current role as Projects & IT Executive, where he is responsible for all IT and office projects while also working with the Senior Management Team on the planning and rollout of new funds.  Steve plays a lead role in planning and implementing IT strategy and provides support & maintenance for the staff team.

Steve has a range of interests outside of work and enjoys football, cycling, swimming and travel. He is also a keen amateur photographer.

steve@inspiringscotland.org.uk

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