Chair and Commissioners

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    Judith Robertson


    Judith Robertson is full time Chair of the Commission. Previously Programme Director of See Me, Judith has had long-standing involvement in social justice campaigning and advocating for the rights of many disadvantaged groups.

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    Susan Kemp


    Susan is a lawyer specialising in international criminal and human rights law. She has worked in Latin America, Africa and Europe providing technical assistance to state prosecutors and investigating human rights abuses.

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    Alan Mitchell


    Alan is a General Medical Practitioner at Dungavel House Immigration Removal Centre and Member of the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT).

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    Jane-Claire Judson


    Jane-Claire is the Chief Executive Officer for Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland. She was previously National Director for Diabetes Scotland. Jane-Claire is also currently a Board member at NHS Health Scotland.                                                                                        

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Communications & Participation

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    Emma Hutton

    Comms & Participation Manager

    Emma leads the Communications and Participation team. She is a strategic campaigner and communications leader with 15 years' experience of managing social justice projects, programme and organisations. 

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    Carolyn Scott

    Media & Communications Officer

    Carolyn coordinates and carries out media, social media and wider communications activities for the Commission. She has a background in journalism and communications in a range of contexts. 


Corporate Services

The Head of Corporate Services leads a team of business support administrators that help the Commission's work through a range of services including finance, HR, governance support, information and records management, statutory compliance, IT and facilities. In addition to day-to-day service delivery, the Corporate Services team works to identify and deliver organisational development projects that contribute to the on-going performance of the organisation. The team is the first point of contact for people contacting the Commission.