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Chris joined Highland Carers Advocacy in the summer of 2017. Prior to this he had a full and varied career in the Police for over 30 years, serving in London, Stornoway and Inverness. He was latterly posted to a number of specialist departments at Headquarters in Inverness. Chris retired as a Detective Sergeant in 2017. He brings with him a wealth of experience of helping and communicating with people; leadership, team-working, problem solving and investigating skills.
A native of the Isle of Harris, Chris is married with two sons. He enjoys spending time with his family, and their energetic Cocker Spaniel helps keep him active! Chris enjoys all kinds of sport, particularly football (watching only!), running, cycling and hill-walking.
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Seonaid joined the advocacy team in August 2017. She is a native of Inverness and attended Millburn Academy and thereafter University where she got a Masters in Script Writing. Seonaid worked as a journalist before moving in to mental health work. She is a fluent Gaelic speaker and works for the BBC from time to time.
Seonaid joined the advocacy team to support people who are being disregarded in their decision making and has experience as a carer. When not working Seonaid spends time with her family and her cats.
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Johann jpoined the advocacy team in September 2017 and believes that the saying 'it takes a village to raise a child', often equally applies to the support carers require and ought to have.
Johann's previous roles include supporting young people with additional support needs, and policy and research on poverty and health inequalities. Johann has two children, two cats, enjoys hillwalking, reading, music anbd has a long held interest in refugee and migrant rights.
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Rosemary joined Highland Carers Advocacy in the summer of 2017. She completed her Nurse Training in 1986 and in the past has worked in hospital nursing, practice nursing and various roles through the nursing bank whilst raising a family of four children.
More recently, Rosemary worked for 12 years with The Highland Council supporting people into/back to work through training, volunteering, education and childcare support.
Outside work Rosemary is very family orientated, enjoy walking her dog and reading a good book when she has the time.