Maeve is a Senior Designer at New Practice where she works on various urban design and strategy projects across the country. Prior to this Maeve worked for Architecture & Design Scotland, as well as in private architecture practice in London.
Maeve’s interests include community development and resilience, inclusive growth, public space and multi-disciplinary approaches.
Wendy joined See Me in 2017 with the goal of making a direct contribution to end the stigma and discrimination experienced by too many people in Scotland as a result of their mental health. See Me seek to change policy, practice and minds and create environments that ensure people with experience of mental health problems are treated equitably; with compassion, respect and fairness. Wendy believes, to achieve such significant social and behavioural change, strong partnership working is essential. A particular aspect of this is working alongside people with lived experience to be influencers and a core part of change and improvement processes.
With more than thirty years of public health experience Wendy has a long standing interest in improving (mental) health, addressing health inequality, and promoting and protecting human rights. Her other interests include; health and social care, education, children and young people, equalities, leadership, facilitation and organisational development. Wendy has a love of outdoors and spends most of her free time in the forests, hills or lochs.
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