Our People

The SHAAP Team

Based at, and working in partnership with, the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
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Elinor Jayne, Director

Joining SHAAP as Director in July 2021, Elinor has a wealth of experience in influencing policy and representing organisations in Scotland and the UK. She’s worked in a range of sectors on a number of different issues, most recently heading up the influencing team at national healthcare charity Sue Ryder. Prior to this she worked for the Royal College of Nursing, Edinburgh City Centre Management Company and the Scottish Retail Consortium. Elinor is a trustee for Cyrenians, the charity that aims to tackle the causes and consequences of homelessness. Email Elinor.

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Jane Gordon, Policy and Public Affairs Officer

Jane joined SHAAP in January 2022 as our Policy and Public Affairs Officer. She is a graduate of the University of Edinburgh, where she completed both her undergraduate degree in Physiology and also the Master of Public Health Programme. Jane has a background in global health policy and advocacy, formerly focussing on nutrition policy in her role with World Obesity Federation. She has also previously worked for the NHS during pandemic relief efforts. Email Jane.

Elizabeth Hurst-High

Chloé Boullier-Richards, Research and Projects Officer

Chloé joined SHAAP in August 2021 as a Research and Projects Officer. She is a graduate of Durham University where she studied Research Methods (Sociology) for her Masters in 2017. Previously, she completed a BA in Sociology at Trinity College, Connecticut, USA. Her particular interest in alcohol awareness and policy stems from witnessing varying attitudes to alcohol whilst living and studying in different countries, having grown up in France and studied at universities in the United States and the UK. Email Chloé. 

Felicity Garvie

Hannah Lindsay, Research and Projects Officer

Hannah joined in May 2022 as Research and Projects Officer for SHAAP and Scottish Alcohol Research Network (SARN). She has undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from Newcastle University and the University of Cambridge, and has worked in policy and equalities-related roles in the cultural and health and social care sectors. Email Hannah

Steering Group

SHAAP is advised by a Steering Group with representation from the Medical Royal Colleges in Scotland and invited experts.