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Welcome to our new Trustees

Essentia Foundation is delighted to announce the addition of two new Trustees to it’s Board.

Introducing Andy Johnson-Creek and Jim Nicol, who as well as being experienced charity Trustees bring a wealth of experience from their respective fields of Marketing & Communications; and Business Development and Financial matters respectively.

You can read more about Andy and Jim on the ‘Our Peoplepage.

The Board is looking forward to working with our new Trustees to continue improving the health and social welfare of young people across Scotland.

“We are very lucky from an open callout to have found such strong Trustees to add to the skill-sets we already have on our Board. The economic and welfare challenges our grant recipients face over the next few years will be uppermost in our activities and I know that Andy and Jim will play their part in helping us to achieve our objectives, and more, over that period.”

Brian Davidson – Chairperson Essentia Foundation

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