Neil leads and manages Camphill Scotland, working with the Board to set the organisation's strategic direction and taking responsibility for governance and finance, as well as the day to day work of the organisation.

Co-Director Kirsten Hogg moved on from Camphill Scotland in August 2016.  We are now seeking a talented Policy and Engagement Manager to join our team.


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Neil Henery - Director

I am a qualified social worker with my first substantial experience working in a therapeutic community in Edinburgh before working in the local authority with children and families. I moved into organisational development with Barnardo's Scotland before working as an independent consultant and researcher. I have a PhD in social work, nursing and spirituality and I have recently completed an Open University MBA. I really enjoy working for Camphill Scotland as it enables me to bring together all these diverse experiences for the benefit of our members; I also relish the opportunity to highlight the great contribution Camphill communities make to a national audience.


DSC_6756Jennifer Leiper - Administration & Finance Officer

I am often the first point of contact with Camphill Scotland, dealing with telephone and email enquiries.  I maintain the website, edit the members e-bulletin, keep the books in order, look after all aspects of the office and support the Co-Director and Chair. I enjoy escaping from the office on occasions to visit communities and meet members. I have a relief job with L'Arche, providing one to one support to people with learning disabilities in their own tenancies. 


©2012 Camphill Scotland is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation: SC024428. Our principal office is 17-21 East Mayfield, Edinburgh EH9 1SE

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