Having previously worked in both the private and public sector, Stewart brings more than 19 years experience working with disadvantaged communities primarily in Fife. Stewart has spent time working as Locality Manager, Regeneration Manager and Programme Manager for a large Employability Programme with Fife Council. More recently Stewart has set up a Social Enterprise delivering training in the land-based sector across Scotland and also runs his own consultancy business.
Stewart is passionate about working with communities to reduce inequalities and bring about tangible change to improve the lives of individuals and communities. In his spare time Stewart can be found listening to music, in his garden or socialising with his family and friends.
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