Julie-Anne JamiesonPosted on April 14, 2013
Julie-Anne is a qualified career guidance practitioner and an experienced senior manager who has worked in policy development and management in Scottish Government,Careers Scotland and Skills Development Scotland. She currently is on secondment as Secretary to the Vale of Leven Hospital Inquiry.
A committed supporter of ProjectScotland since its outset, Julie-Anne has been a mentor with the organisation since 2007. She was also a mentor with the Scottish Youth Parliament and has recently become an E-mentor for the University of Edinburgh. When time permits, she enjoys assisting with her son’s primary class.
Julie-Anne has a particular interest in supporting young people’s transitions and her experience and knowledge on employability and equality issues is well recognised. She has served on a number of Scottish Government advisory groups including the Additional Support for Learning Advisory Group and a Ministerial Group on Looked After Children and Young People.
Alongside her work at ProjectScotland, Julie-Anne represents Scotland on the Council of the Career Development Institute and is a Fellow of the RSA.
When not working or volunteering, Julie-Anne enjoys Pilates, singing in a choir and she is a big fan of the Edinburgh Book Festival.