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SSF have a new CEO

SSF team with Minister for Sport Joe Fitzpatrick

Scottish Sports Futures (SSF) has appointed a new CEO and three new Non-Executive Directors to its Board.

Formerly Head of Operations with the  charity, Kirsty McNab steps up to become the new Chief Executive Officer.  Kirsty, from Glasgow, has been with SSF for six years and has been instrumental in growing the charity’s sports based services for disadvantaged young people across Scotland.

A Graduate of Strathclyde University in Sport in the Community, Kirsty has been involved in youth development throughout her career and held posts with Badminton Scotland and Youth Scotland.

Kirsty said, “I am delighted to be leading our charity at such an exciting time. I believe that sport can change lives and am proud of how we demonstrate this at Scottish Sports Futures.

“We have a fabulous Board which will be further enhanced by our new appointments and I very much look forward to working together, creating a new strategy and building upon our success. We are very much a youth led organisation and I will be working to create new trustee roles for young people who have been beneficiaries of our programmes.”

Joining Kirsty on the Board in Non-Executive Director roles are Christopher Beaton, International Customer Marketing Manager at Scottish Qualifications Authority; George Watson, IT Director at Stevenswood and trustee with sportscotland; and Robin Gillies, previous CA with the Edrington Group, member of the Children’s Panel and a mentor with MCR Pathways.

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