We’re proud to announce that Marc Pawson, Regional Director, has been appointed to the Leadership Board of Business in the Community (BITC) in Scotland, joining a team of senior figures who are providing strategic guidance and support which ensures the charity achieves it local objectives.
BITC works with members, partners and stakeholders across a range of sectors. Its Leadership Board in Scotland is chaired by, Judith Cruickshank, an executive-level director at NatWest Group, and brings together people who possess a unique blend of knowledge, skills and connections.
Louisa Macdonnell, Scotland Director at Business in the Community, said:
“BITC Scotland are delighted to welcome Marc Pawson on our Leadership Board. The energy and drive that Hydrock bring to all their activity to support people, our communities, our planet and society as a whole aligns strongly with the purpose and values.”
BITC is the oldest and largest business-led charity dedicated to responsible business, created nearly 40 years ago by HRH The Prince of Wales to champion responsible business.
Marc Pawson added:
“I am honoured to be a part of the BITC Scottish Leadership board which is leading a movement to create a fair and sustainable world in which to live and work. Personally, I'm a firm believer in giving every single person a fair and equal opportunity to employment and look forward to working collaboratively with BITC colleagues and the wider business community to achieve the same.”
BITC has a membership of over 600 businesses across Britain and Northern Ireland, each committed to continually embedding and improving their responsible business practice, working collectively to create lasting, beneficial impacts in their communities.
Marc follows in the footsteps of Dan Beynon (Wales) and Chris Chennell (North East) who are also active members of BITC’s leadership boards in their respective regions. Living and breathing our own purpose to be a ‘force for good’ across the built environment, they continue to contribute to initiatives, such as the ‘Making Work Work’ campaign, that are addressing sustainability goals within these specific regions.
Visit Business in the Community to find out more about how you can get involved, become a more responsible business, and play a part in shaping a better society.