Scottish SPCA Chief Executive stands down

Scottish SPCA Chief Executive, Stuart Earley, has today (1 November) stood down from his role with the Society.

SSPCA badgeMr Earley, who has been with the Society for nine years, has decided it is time for a new challenge and both he and the Scottish SPCA Board have agreed that he will step down with immediate effect – allowing him to focus on his future plans and the Society to move forward with its own new chapter.

Scottish SPCA Chairman, Harry Haworth, said that Mr Earley had made an “invaluable contribution” to the organisation.

“Stuart has been instrumental in the positive transformation of the Society over the past nine years and we are grateful for his stewardship, hard work and dedication.” he added.

The Society has started the process to replace Mr Earley and in the meantime his executive duties will be undertaken by Scottish SPCA Chief Superintendent, Mike Flynn and David Webster, Finance Director, as Interim Joint CEOs.


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