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Joint Interim Chief Executives take up roles

Three members of Children in Scotland’s Leadership Team have taken on the roles of Joint Interim Chief Executives following the departure of Jackie Brock, who left the organisation on Friday after nine years in post as CEO.

The interim Chief Executives are Sally Cavers, Head of Inclusion; Simon Massey, Head of Engagement and Learning; and Amy Woodhouse, Head of Policy, Projects and Participation.

All will continue as department and service heads while carrying out their new executive responsibilities.

Simon Massey said:

“This is a period of change for the organisation but Amy, Sally and I will be in post to give support and continuity for our staff, partners and wider network, and to focus on delivery of our strategic objectives.

“Our services, projects and learning programme continue as normal and we look forward to welcoming a new Chief Executive soon.”

Interviews for Children in Scotland’s new Chief Executive are taking place this week.

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