Kenny will be helping to connect people creatively, to create real change in their lives and the communities they live in across East Dunbartonshire.
It is Kenny’s role to work with individuals and partners from across the area with an innovative approach, facilitating a range of engagement initiatives with a focus on human rights in the delivery of the project.
Kenny is perfect for the role as he has worked in the health and social care industry for over 13 years and within a variety of areas including; prison, residential, community and day services.
He brings with him a lot of experience and skills, and holds a BA in Health Studies, MSc PgCert Health and Social Care, and my MSc PgCert Drug and Alcohol Studies.
Having worked in the industry for many years, Kenny has further qualifications in health & fitness and has taught many different types of exercise including; music classes, swimming, personal training and Shotokan Karate… Only when he’s not hillwalking, canoeing, going to the gym, gardening/DIY, playing his guitar or –trying to play– his clarinet…
Welcome to the Team, Kenny!