Move On’s Directors
Move On’s Board of Directors give their time and expertise on a voluntary basis, they meet on a regular basis to oversee Move On’s operations and strategic direction.
Director - Chairman
Kevin is a senior manager at Edinburgh College, with responsibility for driving excellence, performance and equality of opportunities across the whole organisation. Prior to joining the Further Education Sector, he worked within the Oil/Petrochemical, Manufacturing/Production industries. During the last 25 years, Kevin has gained a vast experience of developing and improving products and services to meet customer and client needs and improving organisational efficiency. Kevin is also an experienced Senior Change Management Professional with a proven track record of success leading both project and change management programmes within the public and private sectors.
Susan Burney joined the Board in May 2014. A professional statistician, Susan worked for NHS Scotland Information Services for 23 years, holding the position of Director for the last 8 years. Now retired, she spends part of her time working with homeless charities on a voluntary basis. Susan lives in Edinburgh and interests are reading, gardening, travel and spending time with family.
I have spent most of my working life in food manufacturing around the UK (a brief stint as a stockbroker aside!) from custard creams to sausage rolls. I have worked for Greggs for 15 years, where I am responsible for running the bakery in Edinburgh and a small pickle factory in Kelso. I have been a volunteer panel member with the Children’s Hearing system for 10 years, I live in Glasgow and any spare time should probably be spent in the gym, but in fact is spent in the kitchen and looking after my young daughter!
Viv graduated from University of Strathclyde with a BA (Hons) in Sociology in 2004 and went onto complete a Post Graduate Diploma in Economic Development at the University of Glasgow. Since then Viv has gained over 10 years experience in a range of roles across economic development and employability fields and brings experience from both the public and third sectors. Viv led on the development of commissioned income streams, at Street League supporting the charity to gain social enterprise status and gain a strong foothold within the employability market as one of the leading providers for Skills Development Scotland. In her role as Development Manager at Tullochan, Viv leads the development of new services and income streams and the set up and development of a new social enterprise. Viv is passionate about creating opportunities that support young people to achieve their potential and loves the challenge of setting up new projects and seeing them grow and develop.