About the Scottish Women’s Autism Network
The Scottish Women’s Autism Network (SWAN) was formed in 2012 with a mission to ensure that Scotland is a home where autistic women and girls can flourish. We empower autistic women and girls by running peer-support local groups across Scotland, manage online forums, work to raise levels of knowledge and understanding through participatory and lived-experience research. We then share what we learn, work collaboratively with other charities, other organisations and with Scottish Government, to advise, inform, educate and advocate.
SWAN now seeks three new trustees to join the current Board of six members. The role of Treasurer will become vacant in January 2021 and, as such, good accounting skills would be required. In addition, post a Board skills audit SWAN is looking to recruit individuals with general business skills with a focus on fund-raising, business development, marketing, and or legal, and the ability to be a strong advocate for the charity.
The closing date for applications is February 26th , 2021
The Board currently meets every six weeks via Zoom from 4-6pm. Individuals interested in joining the Board should contact Elaine Crichton, Interim Chair for an informal chat and more information. Elaine can be contacted on 07841 421837 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Scottish Women’s Autism Network is a registered Scottish Charity Number: