Two new recruits welcomed to RSABI team

RSABI Communications, Marketing and Events Executive Gregor Wilson

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SCOTTISH agricultural charity RSABI is delighted to announce the appointment of Gregor Wilson as its new Communications, Marketing and Events Executive and Stephanie Lawler as Finance Administrator.

Joining RSABI with a strong design background, Gregor’s experience in digital, interactive, and environmental design will prove valuable in his new role with the charity which provides emotional, practical and financial support to people in Scottish agriculture.

Gregor’s role with RSABI will focus on driving awareness of the wide range of services offered by the organisation, ranging from emotional support via free counselling to practical support such as mediation, Help for Heating grants and a range of other financial support.

The role will also involve taking a lead in organising RSABI’s presence at events around the country and establishing and growing strong relationships with local organisations and stakeholders.

Based in Ayrshire, Gregor is not from a farming background but enjoys helping out on a local livestock farm at the weekends. He is very much looking forward to working with the RSABI team.

Fife based Stephanie brings a wealth of knowledge to her role with extensive experience as Regional Administrator for Hook2sisters’ Scottish operation. She has a background in HR, finance, payroll, and health & safety, making her a valuable addition to the team.

Stephanie is passionate about providing a high level of customer service and excited about joining the RSABI team.

“We are delighted to welcome Gregor and Stephanie on board to deliver such important roles for RSABI. It is vital that awareness of our services continues to grow and that people in difficulty know we are here for them 24 hours a day, every day,” said Carol McLaren, Chief Executive of RSABI.

“Too often we hear from people who have been thinking about contacting us for weeks or even months. The sooner people get in touch, the sooner we can start helping them get back on track.”

RSABI’s freephone Helpline – 0808 1234 555 – is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and calls won’t show up on phone bills. All enquires are treated as confidential by the organisation’s friendly, professional team. You can also reach RSABI via the webchat function on its website, 24 hours a day or by emailing


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