Brian is GDA’s resident expert on employability: he has worked in this area in both the public and third sectors for over 30 years! He is passionate about offering training and coaching to support disabled people to achieve their goals of accessing employment, training and volunteering.
Working with GDA partners on a range of issues – from adult protection, poverty and hate crime – Brian supports GDA members to make sure the views and voices of disabled people inform policy and practice.
Brian loves spending time with his daughters and grandchildren but also likes to escape to the great outdoors for cycling and fishing.
Have you had a positive volunteering experience that has improved your mental health? Do you want to share your story?
In the coming weeks, Volunteer Glasgow – alongside GCVS, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde and the Campaign to End Loneliness – will be promoting good…Read More
Update: GDA’s Resilience Response to COVID19 outbreak
April 8th, 2020 Update from Tressa Burke, CEO Following consultation with our Health and Safety Advisers, GDA took the decision to cancel all large events…Read More
Sandra Stuart – Development Manager
Sandra joined team GDA in 2013, with around 30 years’ experience in the fields of social care, disability and mental health. She feels very much at home at GDA,…Read More