Mon 13 Mar, 2017

Allan Faulds

SYG Elections Officer

Hello and welcome to the new Scottish Young Greens website! Please bear with us whilst we spruce the place up a bit.

At the same time as launching our new website, the SYG is now headed up by a fantastic new set of people on SYG Council. Elections to SYG Council were held at our AGM on the 11th of March 2017, as follows;

Co-Convenors; Anthony Carroll and Gillian Mackay

International Officer; Louise Crichton

Communications Officer; Sean Currie

Secretary; Chandler Mundell

Elections and Campaigns Officer; Allan Faulds

Welfare Officer; Frida Skillemar

A profile of each office bearer and what their role entails will be available soon.


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