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Developments

The Business Development team manages all tendering and grant applications for new and existing work and facilitates ideas and opportunities in order to pilot, re-design, or scale up new and existing models of practice. The team works closely with children's services colleagues in all activity.

NameRole

Elizabeth McShane

Assistant Director of Business Development

Elizabeth leads the Business Development Team in Scotland and is a member of the Senior Management Team for Business Development UK. Elizabeth currently leads on the capture of innovative projects and services for the UK. Elizabeth is also the Business Development lead for the North Locality.

David Grant

Business Development Manager

David manages new business proposals and tendering opportunities across Greater Glasgow, Lanarkshire, South East Scotland and Forth Valley localities. David is currently the Business Development lead for Care Leavers - one of Barnardo's strategic priorities.

Jill MacRae

Business Development Manager

Jill manages new business proposals and tendering opportunities across West Scotland, South West Scotland, Fife and Tayside localities. Jill is currently the Business Development lead for Early Years - one of Barnardo's strategic priorities.

Ina Hirschberger

Business Development Executive

Ina supports the team in day to day activities, and supports bid teams in submitting tenders for new and existing work. Ina is currently the Business Development lead for Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) - one of Barnardo's strategic priorities.

Gayle Rose

Business Development Executive

Gayle supports the wider team in day to day activities, and supports bid teams in submitting tenders for new and existing work. Gayle is the Business Development lead for bids Employment, Training and Skills and Family Placement.

Lorna Dickson

Business Development Executive

Lorna supports the team in day to day activities, and supports bid teams in submitting tenders for new and existing work. Lorna is involved in key areas of organic development including the Watling Fortlet project and horticultural projects.



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