Instrumental in future plans
Managing director for St Andrew’s First Aid
Gayle Adynana has enjoyed a diverse career and joins St Andrew’s from the private sector. Prior to that, she was the deputy chief executive at Children’s University Scotland and director at SkillForce Scotland.
These roles allowed Ms Adynana to promote subjects that she is passionate about, including attainment, inclusion and social justice within education in Scotland.
In her new role, Ms Adynana will be responsible for overseeing the social enterprise’s goal of generating profits for reinvestment in community led activities.
Ms Adynana said: “The funds that we raise allow us to continue with our essential first aid provision and educational programmes for communities across Scotland. It is critical that we continue to educate the public about the lifesaving benefits of first aid.”
Stuart Callison, chief executive of St Andrew’s First Aid, said: “We are already making good progress with our ambitious plans for 2018 and Ms Adynana will be instrumental in driving these forward. I am confident that we will benefit considerably from the wealth of experience she brings to the role.”