Anne Docherty Community Engagement Co-ordinator

After graduating with a degree in Psychology from the Open University, Anne worked for the National Health Service in Lothian and Lanarkshire in community health and statutory sector partnership development.

Feeling she wanted to explore further, Anne then left the UK to go and work in international health in Cambodia and Yemen with UNICEF and the governments in each country developing adult and child and maternal health projects. Her international exposure is of great benefit to the perspective and experience she brings as Community Engagement Co-ordinator in her work with GP’s and communities across Scotland.

Anne also holds a Masters in Health Education and Health Promotion and a Master of Arts degree.

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Suzanne Bell Asset Based Community Development Lead

As lead for the development, management and delivery of Asset Based Services, Suzanne has been responsible for ensuring delivery of the Keep Well project, the Open Door project, Bowel Screening Telephone Engagement pilot, Our Place, and the Community Canteen across Scotland. She also delivers training to our GP practice partners front of house staff.

Previous roles have included a stint in in facilities management, customer care, and working in the early years sector where she was a trainer and assessor in childcare and play-work.

Suzanne’s love of travel was inspired by an early career in the travel industry and she lived in Greece for some years.

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