Margaret Lynch suspended from chief executive post at Citizens Advice Scotland

Margaret Lynch
Margaret Lynch

Citizens Advice Scotland has suspended chief executive Margaret Lynch, pending an investigation. The charity declined to say why. Lynch has led the charity since July 2012. A CAS spokesman said: "We can confirm that the CEO is suspended. At present we are unable to make any further comment." Lynch, the third chief executive in the past five years, previously worked at the Scottish Mediation Network, where she spent two years as director. Before that she was quality matters coordinator for the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations.

 

 

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