Becky McCauley started work with the trust in August 2017. A former senior manager in Tourism and Marketing, Becky has considerable experience in delivering grant-funded development projects, including a whole-site signage project for the Heritage-listed Edenvale Homestead in Pinjarra, Western Australia and the Pinjarra Heritage Walk Trail (both of which won Local Government Best Practice Awards). Becky has enjoyed a well-travelled career that has taken in Australia, the Republic of Ireland and the UK. This is her second time living in Scotland (she formerly stayed at Blair Atholl in Perthshire) and she is delighted to be getting out and about in the beautiful countryside of South Lanarkshire and West Lothian.
Jemma started with the Trust in October 2014. She has a BSc(Hons) in Sustainable Environmental Management from the Scottish Agricultural College (Edinburgh University) and has previously worked in the successful LEADER funded 'Rural Connect' project, based at SRUC Oatridge in West Lothian. She knows this area well from being a keen cyclist, and enjoys working in the rural environment.
Project Worker - Youth
Sam has a HND in Counselling Psychology for Children and Young People, supporting this specialist knowledge of childhood development with a decade of youth and children’s work for the Salvation Army. He has a tireless enthusiasm for working with young people and it is always evident that children enjoy his company.
Project Worker - Seniors
Jane has been a resident of Woolfords for 15 years, and was a Trustee on the WAT IF? Board before being appointed as the Project Worker for Seniors. Jane has worked in the finance sector for 16 years, and has had years of experience with local community groups organising the Auchengray Flower Show for the past 6 years, as well as being an active member of the Auchengray WRI.