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Down’s Syndrome Scotland has appointed Leanne Morton as fundraising manager. Morton brings extensive experience in donor recruitment and development having previously run large scale direct mail campaigns, raffles and regular giving programmes. Over the past seven years she successfully built and managed Poppyscotland’s range of individual donor campaigns.
Down’s Syndrome Scotland has appointed Callum Mackinnon as public relations, marketing and communications officer replacing Heather Irish. Mackinnon comes from an arts background having worked in PR and marketing for the Edinburgh Playhouse for almost eight years, including on large scale campaigns for producers such as Cameron Mackintosh Ltd. and Disney Theatrical.
Fiona Leishman will take up the post of chief executive at Wellbeing of Women in December. She joins from Marie Curie Cancer Care where she has been head of patron development for three years. At the cancer charity Leishman was part of the executive team which worked on the Philanthropy Review. Prior to that she worked in media, corporate affairs and fund raising. Leishman replaces Liz Campbell who will continue with the charity as an ambassador.
The Leprosy Mission Scotland has appointed Tim Reed as database manager, responsible for supporter and volunteer data alongside financial management. Reed has 17 years experience in financial services and moves from a senior MI developer role within Lloyds Banking Group.