Governance​

Our advisory board meets twice a year in order to provide independent external review, advice and support on the operational and strategic development of SHINE.

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Name Role/Organisation
Jennifer Abernethy
Principal Teacher Health & Wellbeing, Schools Learning and Education, Stirling Council
Lorna Aitken
Senior Education Officer Inclusion Equalities and Wellbeing, Education Scotland
Phil Alcock
Health and Wellbeing Lead, Learning Directorate, Scottish Government
Gillian Barclay
Depute Principal Psychologist, Children's Services, Edinburgh City
Christine Brown
Quality Improvement Officer, Scottish Borders Council
Fiona Casey
Vice President, Scottish Guidance Association
Alison Drever
Children's Neighbourhood Scotland National Programme Director, University of Glasgow
Caroline Falconer
Quality Improvement Manager, South East Improvement Collaborative
Lynda Fenton
Consultant in Public Health Medicine, Public Health Scotland
Suzanne Hargreaves
Senior Education Officer Health and Wellbeing (Curriculum), Education Scotland
Margaret McGranachan
Public Health Researcher, NHSGGC
Dona Milne
Director of Public Health, NHS Fife
Rory Mitchell
Public Health Intelligence Principal, Public Health Scotland
Simon Murphy
Director DECIPHer, Lead for the Schools Health Research Network, Cardiff University
Lynn Naven
Public Health Reserach Specialist, Glasgow Centre for Population Health
Kevin Quinn
Depute Head Teacher, St Andrew's Secondary School
Eileen Scott
Public Health Scotland
Gary Sutton
Statistician, Education Analytical Services, Learning Analysis Unit, Scottish Government
Neil White
Senior Statistician, Health and Social Care Analysis, Scottish Government