The Circular Communities Scotland team is delighted to welcome Izzie Catlin as the new Executive Assistant to our CEO and Administrative Support.

Circular Communities Scotland has undergone a period of significant growth over the past few years, from a small team of four we now have nine members of staff including Izzie.

We have been honoured to take on important projects that signify Scotland’s development to a more circular nation, from the Share and Repair Network, to the Affordable Access to Bikes Project, and a variety of consultation work alongside our ever growing annual conference and yearly series of events and campaigns.

Our team and the Circular Communities Scotland board would like to welcome Izzie who will be providing much needed support for our growing administrative needs, and support to Michael Cook our CEO as he continues to represent our membership and the circular third sector in Scotland.

Izzie says:

“I am excited to be a part of the Circular Communities Scotland team as Executive Assistant for our CEO, Michael Cook. I have been interested in wildlife and the environment since I was young, and am looking forward to supporting Michael to influence key stakeholders that can have a real impact on environmental policy in Scotland, as well as supporting the wider team to deliver a brilliant service to our network of member organisations.

I have previously worked, and volunteered for, several environmental charities, and my last role was coordinating a support service for children and young people to improve their wellbeing. Circular Communities Scotland is forward-thinking in its approach to creating a Circular Economy as it places enormous value on social justice and inclusivity, as whole communities must be involved if we are to create a more positive future for the environment.”

Email to be introduced to Izzie.