ENABLE Scotland, one of Scotland’s most successful and impactful charities, has announced the appointment of its new Chair and two new Trustees.
Paul Jukes, who is an Executive Adviser to Amey, will succeed outgoing Chair Bob Cowie, while Shareen Gault, Head of Risk & Compliance at Johnston Carmichael and Professor David Hillier, Associate Principal and Executive Dean of the University of Strathclyde Business School, join as Trustees.
Commenting on the appointment of the new Chair and Trustees, Theresa Shearer, Group CEO of ENABLE Group, said:
“I am delighted to welcome Paul, Shareen and David to ENABLE Scotland. We are immensely proud of everything we have achieved in recent years, and with their support, I look forward to continuing our growth of impact.
“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 through his role on the ENABLE Group Board.
“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.”
ENABLE Group supports the delivery of the three pillars of the charity; ENABLE Scotland, ENABLE Works and ENABLE All. Employing 2,200 staff with 12,000 members and supporters, ENABLE Group actively supports over 4,000 people to live independently as active citizens in their local communities.