Group boosts its leadership team
Care charity Enable Scotland has announced the appointment of a new chair alongside two new trustees.
Paul Jukes, who is an executive adviser to Amey, will succeed outgoing chair Bob Cowie.
And Shareen Gault, head of risk and compliance at Johnston Carmichael and professor David Hillier, associate principal at the University of Strathclyde Business School, join as trustees.
Theresa Shearer, chief executive of Enable Scotland, said: “With the support of Paul, Shareen and David, and indeed all of our trustees, staff and supporters we will continue to support our beneficiaries, putting them at the heart of everything we do, through our community projects and campaigns, employability and training and high-quality, human rights-based, self-directed health and social care support.
She added: “I would like to thank Bob for his many years of service to Enable Scotland as a trustee, and most recently as chair.
“His dedication and support to the charity continues to be invaluable to the through his role on the Enable group board.”
Enable employs 2,200 staff and has some 12,000 members and supporters, helping more than 4,000 people to live independently.