Fiona is an experienced communication and engagement professional who has worked across the private, public and charity sectors over an 18 year career. A holistic thinker, she thrives on a challenge and have extensive experience of working with, influencing and building credibility with a wide range of stakeholders to deliver outcomes.
Since joining the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) in 2008, Fiona has held a variety of roles that demonstrate how effective working partnerships and collaboration can deliver greater collective benefits for all involved.
Fiona was involved in founding the OHBP, along with the other steering group members. Through her role in SEPA’s Innovation team she acts as a central co-ordination point for SEPA’s input to the OHBP, along with her colleague, Lindsey Green, ensuring that relevant technical and policy specialists are engaged in specific projects at the appropriate time. She has recently been working with the steering group and the SEPA Informatics team to help co-ordinate input to the development of the data visualisation tool.
MSc (with Distinction) Environmental Management, Stirling University (UK)
BSc (Hons) Animal Biology, University of St Andrews (UK)
Chartered Waste and Resource Manager, Chartered Institute of Waste Management (CIWM)