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TSI Chief Executive to speak at ALLIANCE Annual Conference

Section: The ALLIANCEType: News Item Date Published: 11th March 2019

Natalie Masterson, of Stirlingshire Voluntary Enterprise will address delegates at Impact: the 3rd Health and Social Care Event on 20th May.

The ALLIANCE are delighted to announce that Natalie Masterson, Chief Executive of Stirling Voluntary Enterprise, will speak at the next ALLIANCE Annual Conference.

Our 2019 conference will aim to represent the integration of health and social care in its approach, and this year will focus on the theme of ‘Impact’. Delegates will represent a broad cross sector of Scottish society with an interest in health and social care, including the third sector, health and social care providers and, most importantly, people who access support and services.

Natalie joined Stirlingshire Voluntary Enterprise (SVE) as Chief Executive in June 2015, and has been constantly amazed at the work carried out by the third sector the length and breadth of Stirling. SVE is Stirling’s third sector interface (TSI), and exists to achieve positive change with people and communities. In her role she work with the Board to set the strategy for SVE, and provides leadership and direction to colleagues as they work towards achieving that vision. Natalie advocates for the third sector in Stirling in various meetings and Boards including the Community Planning Partnership Leadership group and the Clackmannanshire and Stirling Health and Social Care Partnership.

Natalie believes in the importance of learning and development for staff and volunteers in the third sector, and she is currently studying towards a MBA at Heriot- Watt University. This has been a fantastic opportunity for her to grow and develop as a leader, and put her learning into action.

In addition to her role she also serves as a Trustee of Zero Tolerance, a charity dedicated to ending all forms of violence against women. Prior to working at SVE she also worked for the National Union of Students in Scotland.

Being a mum to two small children, her spare time is mostly spent having fun with her family, but when she does get some time herself she enjoys reading a good book and cooking for friends.

Natalie will join fellow speakers Reece Harding, MSYP , Jeane Freeman MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport and Iona Colvin, Chief Social Work Adviser as speakers at this year’s event, as well as conference chair Pennie Taylor.

Register now to attend Impact: the 3rd Health and Social Care Integration event.

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