Kate has worked at Capital City Partnership since 2006. She currently has oversight of the Joined up for Jobs, Joined up for Young People and Joined up for Families Strategies. Kate works with colleagues in City of Edinburgh Council, NHS Lothian and the voluntary sector to develop programmes aimed at alleviating poverty, particularly through employment support. She contributes to the work of the Edinburgh Poverty Commission and the Local Child Poverty Action Report for Edinburgh.
Ying leads on the strategic development of the Whole Family Equality Project, working alongside delivery partners Children 1st and CHAI to deliver a holistic whole family model of support to 120 BAME families in Edinburgh. Working with the Citizens' Panel, stakeholders, and other partners, WFEP will bring the voices of BAME families and communities to the forefront of service delivery and development, inform and bring about transformative change that is yet to come.
Stacey oversees programs focused on priority families, including the Intensive Family Support Service, which operates across the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region. Additionally, Stacey is involved in managing the Parental Employability Support Fund in Edinburgh, Maximise! Early Years and Joined Up for Advice initiatives.
Charlie works on the Whole Family Equality Project, supporting young people and working with them to develop their own personally-tailored pathways of progression through a programme of mentorship and advocacy, acting as a key link between the Whole Family Equality Project, youth organisations and schools.
Aiseosa works with the Citizens' Panel, supporting panel members to share their knowledge and experiences of poverty and inequality to inform decision making processes in Edinburgh. She also works on the Whole Family Equality Project, providing support with digital communications and marketing delivery for WFEP and supporting projects.
Alex has recently joined our team to provide support across the diverse range of projects within the Joined Up for Families network, including initiatives such as the Intensive Family Support Service and the Parental Employability Support Fund. Alex’s role focuses on the monitoring and evaluation of these programmes and engaging in direct development with service providers. Alex brings experience from the corporate sector, an academic perspective, and significant experience working directly with parents in the field of employability.