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New appointment at children’s charity

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Aberlour have said Lynne O’Brien will join them in October.

A leading children’s charity has announced a fresh appointment to its top team as it looks to continue making a difference for young people across Scotland. 

Aberlour Children’s Charity unveiled Lynne O’Brien as its new chief officer of children and families. 

Lynne will join Aberlour in October and comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience in the social care sector. 

The charity said it looks forward to working with her to build brighter futures for disadvantaged children, young people and families throughout Scotland.

Lynne O’Brien said:  “I am thrilled to be joining Aberlour Children’s Charity. I feel privileged to be building on the great work happening across Scotland and the opportunity to deliver on the ambition that all children have an equal chance.

“I look forward to working alongside young people, families, colleagues and partners to make a real difference for children, young people and families in Scotland”.

SallyAnn Kelly OBE, chief executive of Aberlour, added: “I am delighted Lynne will be joining Aberlour as chief officer of children and families in October. 

“Lynne brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in the social care sector. 

“I look forward to working with her and know she will make a valuable contribution to the lives of children, young people and families throughout Scotland.”