- Goodbye Jennifer
As many of you know, last month we said goodbye to Jennifer Robertson, who has moved on to become the new Director of the Glasgow Social Enterprise Network (GSEN).
(Image caption: on the left, Jennifer at a CVS Falkirk event stall, and on the right, at her desk with her 5 year award.)
In her 7 years at CVS Falkirk, Jennifer achieved incredible things for social enterprise in Falkirk, and across the Forth Valley, including with our partners at CTSI and SVE, as well as helping set up and facilitate the Forth Valley SEN. We know she’ll continue this level of excellence in Glasgow.
We won’t pretend we aren’t sad to see her go, but we are thrilled to see her move on to her new role; we couldn’t be happier or prouder of her, and wish her all the best at GSEN.
- Hello Katrina
We’re delighted to have welcomed Katrina MacPherson to the team as our Social Enterprise Support Consultant!
Katrina is looking forward to getting to know our local social enterprises, as she works with ourselves and our Forth Valley colleagues at CTSI and SVE. With many years of experience in social enterprise development and a background in business gained through working in the private and public sectors, as well as running her own business, Katrina can help if you have an idea for a social enterprise by guiding you through the start-up process and beyond.
(Image caption: Katrina standing against a blue background and smiling at the camera.)
She can also help existing social enterprises through the growth and development stages, or give support if COVID-19 restrictions are causing issues.
Katrina established and facilitated Social Enterprise Networks in Tayside and is excited to be involved in the Forth Valley Social Enterprise Network.
For further information, or for support around your social enterprise in Forth Valley, contact Katrina by email: email@example.com