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Sally Campbell

Sally Campbell

Proposed by Ian Ferguson jeiferguson36@gmail.com
Seconded by Sandra Brown hippoclog@hotmail.co.uk

Sally trained as a scientist and worked as a marine ecologist at the edge of the sea with complex systems in the UK and on San Francisco Bay. Later, she developed an enquiring interest and professional involvement in the dynamics of family, community and organisations, which are another set of complex systems. This led to her interest in Jung, leadership, organisational and community development. In 2001 she completed a Masters in Responsibility and Business Practice, exploring interaction of social, environmental and economic systems. John and Sally came to live on Arran in 2004 and Sally has been involved with the Arran Civic Trust and the marine environment ever since! Planning democracy is in short supply in Scotland at the present time and Arran Civic Trust was in the forefront of attempting to change the design of the new Brodick terminal to a more suitable construction for foot passengers, without success.

"I have worked on community issues, and been involved in local and business communities and leading training with senior business management. A scientist with understanding of broader technical issues.

As a committee member, the particular skills I can bring include listening, understanding process in groups, analysing data, creating focus in discussion, and writing letters!"

About Us

The current state of our lifeline ferry service shows it is not fit for purpose in terms of reliability, resilience and infrastructure. The Arran Ferry Action Group is a new and fully representative lobbying group, set up to represent Arran interests in demanding service improvements and accountability in future investment decisions.

 

Contact Us

Arran Ferry Action Group

Thistledo
Shore Road
Brodick
Isle of Arran
KA27 8AJ
Scotland
United Kingdom

+44 (0)1770 302 546
info@arranferries.scot

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