Anne is now retired and joined KASP as a trustee following a long and diverse career in health and education within Fife. Prior to becoming a trustee she had worked closely with KASP as chair of the Fife Domestic & Sexual Abuse Partnership – Prevention Group on behalf of Education and Children’s Services. Anne brings a vast range of knowledge and experience from caring for patients within the NHS, supporting mothers and babies as a Midwife and then children and young people as a school nurse. The well-being and protection of children and young people has been a key focus for Anne throughout her career. This subsequently led her into an Integration Managers Post when New Community Schools (NCS) was being developed across Fife by Children’s Services. This multiagency post gave Anne even more opportunity to work closely with the voluntary sector in supporting vulnerable children and their families. From here there was a natural progression for Anne to become one of the lead professionals in Education for Health and Wellbeing & Child Protection. In her child protection role she attended multi agency discussions with police, social work and health on individual cases for children and young people affected by sexual, substance and domestic abuse. Once retired, Anne was approached and asked to become a Trustee for KASP. Due to her previous connections with KASP and the voluntary sector, and her passion for providing services in the local community Anne joined the Trustees for KASP in 2018 and has been a driving force in taking the service forward delivering services to people affected by childhood sexual abuse.