Kim Wallace

Kim Wallace has worked at Senscot since 2009 where she oversees Senscot’s work with the Social Enterprise Networks (SENs). Kim is also involved in the development of new initiatives for the Social Enterprise sector including most recently the Partnership for Procurement project.  Kim has experience working for the public, private and third sector. The last 18 years have been spent working in the Third Sector on a number of roles and projects, areas of work include a range of employability projects, development work, European funded projects including EQUAL – Social Economy Scotland Project which attracted significant funds to social enterprise development and influenced the first social enterprise strategy in Scotland.



Eamonn has worked for Employers in Voluntary Housing (EVH) since 1997 and he represents the Community Housing sector in Scotland. His background is within public and private hospitals both within the UK and overseas. He also served as a senior university official prior to joining EVH. Eamonn has also worked within construction, entertainment and food distribution. Within EVH he leads the team and has overall responsibility for industrial relations and employer support across the membership. He performs a wide range of consultancy and training for members and countless others within Scotland’s social enterprise sector. Eamonn also serves as a Board member of Fair Deal, a Glasgow based organisation providing support to people with learning difficulties.




Rodney is a board member and a representative of the Scottish Community Re: Investment Trust (SCRT). He trained as an economist specialising in business finance and accountancy. In a career spanning more than 40 years he worked on a wide variety of local economic development, community enterprise and corporate social responsibility projects in the UK, US and developing countries. Latterly he developed his own range of specialist software products. He founded or co-founded numerous new ventures including consultancy firms, social enterprises, a village development trust and a leadership training foundation. He is a founder member of Social Entrepreneur Network Scotland (Senscot) and has been its Treasurer since its inception in 1999. For 6 years he served as a trustee of UnLtd, the national funding body for social entrepreneurs.  He represents the Social Enterprise sector in Scotland.



Pauline is the Secretary of SCF Ltd. She is the Director of the Scottish Community Re: Investment Trust (SCRT). Prior to that she held various senior posts within the third sector as CEO of the Community Recycling Network Scotland (CRNS) and as CEO of at least two community based social enterprises. She is a founder member of the Scottish Social Investment Forum and is currently a CCF Grant Panel member and a ex panel member of the Social Investment Fund and the INCREASE Fund. Pauline worked for four years as a business consultant and Interim Manager with clients ranging from Scottish Government; Councils; Quangos and a wide range of social and community businesses across Scotland. Pauline has also worked in the Private Sector (Share Registrars) and in the Public Sector (Community Regeneration).