Prior to taking up this current role, Kim, worked at SENScot since 2009 where she oversaw SENScot’s work with the Social Enterprise Networks (SENs), 20 place based and 7 thematic SENs connecting circa 1,500 social enterprises across Scotland. Kim has also been involved in the development of new initiatives for the Social Enterprise sector including Partnership for Procurement (P4P) project. Kim has experience working for the public, private and third sectors. The last 20 years have been spent working in the Third Sector in a number of roles and projects - areas of work include a range of employability projects, policy and development work including a number of European funded projects focussed on policy development and support for the social economy. Kim has been involved in the co-production of the 10-year Social Enterprise Strategy and Action Plan. More recently Kim has been involved in developing a number of Place Based SE Strategies with Local Authorities and Place Based SENs which compliment Scotland’s 10 Year Social Enterprise Strategy. Kim is a Board member of Scottish Community Finance; Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs and Scottish Community Alliance.