Project Lift is a joy to work with. The level of kindness and understanding between team members has been inspirational and everyone is treated with dignity and respect. I particularly like the ‘can do’ attitude. Barriers are met head on and we work out together how we can deliver in the face of challenges. Every time I leave a meeting or an event I have learned something and seen behaviour demonstrated that I aspire to replicate.
Outside of work I enjoy my garden and growing my own food – wonky carrots are a specialty! For me there is nothing better than getting muddy, digging and planting tiny seeds. Every year I am in awe at the tiny seed becoming huge plants that feed me. I also love cake! A long bike ride is just not the same without a big mug of tea and cake at the end.
Meg’s Bio as Interim Manager Forth Valley Rape Crisis & Community Event Contributor:
Meg is currently an independent consultant and interim executive specialising in voluntary sector business leadership. With over 20 years’ experience working in the voluntary sector, Meg has led both local and national organisations as well as working across the borders in the UK. Leading change in times of uncertainty has been a key feature of her career. Her first career was in nursing, specialising in community work and was the lead nurse in two GP practices in Lanarkshire. Having gained an MBA from the University of Glasgow, Meg has embarked on Doctorate level studies, researching governance in the voluntary sector.