Anne facilitates rural community wellbeing, as a researcher, writer, project manager and activist.
Her background is diverse as a scientist, analyst, outdoor educator and project and change manager across life sciences, the oil industry, financial services, and the third and public sectors. Anne has an MSc in Environmental Management and a PhD in in Sustainable Development (University of Stirling). She is a Community Councillor, Chair of a local charity and is an active member of CAMINA, Learning for Sustainability Scotland, Participatory Geographies Research Group, Scottish Rural Actionand U.Lab Scotland. After 10 years researching the sustainability of rural communities, Anne is now freelance with a portfolio of projects encompassing action and social research, community transformation, fund-raising, social justice and critical education.