Dundee Charity Announces New CEO
Dundee Carers Centre are delighted to announce the appointment of Neil Campbell as their new Chief Executive Officer.
Neil brings over 12 years’ experience of charity leadership and community development and joins the organisation having worked in the Church of Scotland since 2021, where he served as the Presbytery of Fife’s Director of Mission.
Neil played a key role in the development of a Presbytery Mission Plan, the Presbytery’s vision and strategy for the next five years. Before joining Fife Presbytery, he worked in the East End of Dundee as Executive Director with Rocksolid, a community-based charity he founded in 2013 which is based at Douglas & Mid Craigie Church of Scotland.
“I am honoured and delighted to be joining Dundee Carers Centre and an amazing team of dedicated staff, trustees and volunteers,” said Neil. “I’d like to thank the previous CEO Lucinda Godfrey and Interim-CEO Florence Garabedian for ensuring Dundee Carers Centre is in such a strong position. I am driven by values and committed to our culture of kindness, compassion and creativity. The cost of living emergency, health and social care challenges are having a disproportionate impact on unpaid carers and disabled people, and I look forward to working constructively with our partners and stakeholders across the city to provide the best possible support to those who need it.”
Professor Alan Baird, Convenor of the Board of Trustees said “The Trustees are delighted to welcome Neil Campbell to the post of Chief Executive Officer at Dundee Carers Centre. Neil’s passion, strong values and leadership qualities will be vital in supporting and developing services with staff, volunteers and the people who access our services. We look forward to Neil joining us over the next few weeks”