CCST welcomes new trustee
CCST welcomes new trustee;
The Trustees are delighted to announce that they have invited Diane Wood to become a Trustee in place of John Stead who in early 2017 decided to retire after 16 years of service as a Trustee
Diane spent 16 years as an electron microscopist working on intestinal diseases at a nutritional research institute before starting her own consultancy business where she now manages the Aberdeen Section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
She has been an Area Representative for the Trust since 2000 when she started gathering volunteers in Inverness and the Highlands and promoting the work of the Trust with her then Therapet Ellis, she moved to Aberdeenshire in 2006 and continued as the area rep for Aberdeenshire north with her current Therapet Breagh. Diane has a particular interest in working with dog phobic children and is passionate about educating children about dogs and how to react around them .
Diane has been involved with dog rescue and rehoming for 25 years and her passion is Golden Retrievers of which she has had 3.
When she is not working full time for SPE or assessing and placing dogs for CCST, she is on the committee for Breast Cancer Now and the PR and Marketing chair for the Rotary Club of Oldmeldrum - she is mum to Alex and wife to Tim.
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