Jamie LivingstoneHead of Oxfam Scotland
Jamie was appointed Head of Oxfam Scotland in late 2013 having joined as Campaigns and Communications Manager in 2011. Jamie was previously a print and broadcast journalist, including Political Correspondent on STV News. In his current role, he oversees Oxfam’s policy, advocacy, campaigns and communications in Scotland, as well as our project activity. Jamie is also a Director of Stop Climate Chaos Scotland and plays a leading role within the Disasters Emergency Committee in Scotland.
Rebecca LozzaMedia & Communications Officer
Rebecca’s role is to deal with all Scottish media enquiries and to generate as much positive media coverage as possible for Oxfam’s work and campaigns in Scotland. She is also responsible for Oxfam Scotland’s social media activity and for communicating with its many supporters across Scotland.
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Kelley TempleAdvocacy Adviser for Scotland
Kelley is the Advocacy Adviser for Scotland and joined Oxfam in March 2021. Kelley’s role is to ensure an effective influencing presence in Scotland, including through effective advocacy, policy development and partnership working. Kelley previously worked on Advocacy and Public Affairs at Girlguiding, the National Union of Students and the Charities Aid Foundation in the UK. Kelley recently returned to Scotland from Australia where she worked in Finance and Reporting for a Community Housing Team.
Adrian DohertySocial & Digital Media Volunteer
Adrian’s long-term voluntary role involves publishing press releases & events to our blog; creating & editing images & video; looking after our full suite of digital assets & social networks, particularly out-of-hours; helping support staff & volunteers in all aspects of social & digital media. He also works full-time in his own day-job as an experienced IT professional.
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Sara CowanHumanitarian Campaign Manager, Oxfam International, UK
Sara works with campaign teams around the world supporting the implementation of campaigns on the most urgent humanitarian crises of our times. These campaigns work to ensure people affected by conflicts & disasters have a right to live in safety & dignity, free from violence, to have clean water, shelter & food, & for people to have to be heard & to take control of their own lives.
Lindsey McCollCPIT MEAL Manager
Substantive Role: Lindsay manages monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning (MEAL) in the Campaigns, Policy and Influencing Team (CPIT). She does work on research, publishing, the domestic UK poverty programme, global campaigning, advocacy, government relations, private sector and campaigns participation. Lindsay is also the co-chair of the Influencing MEL Working Group, a confederation-wide group of MEL colleagues who help support the MEL Governance Group in setting the direction of MEL influencing.
Current Role: Lindsay is currently the Head of Operations (Acting). She leads a team who plan and coordinate activities and resources to achieve the CPIT team’s goals. They achieve this by planning and managing finances and obtaining restricted funding for key projects.
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