Meet our Staff

Meet the staff at Equal Futures.

Jane Mcallister

Project Coordinator - Edinburgh and Lothians

Jane is thrilled to be involved with Equal Futures and supports the unique model of support that Equal Futures offer to individuals and their families when it comes to planning for the future.
She has had a varied career starting off in Hospitality Management which she loved as she happiest making others happy. After having children, she entered the field of social care specifically working with adults with autism and learning disability, an equally rewarding career.
Throw in several years of running her own business, she has now settled In what she believes is her dream Job. Having children with ASD gives her a drive to make a real difference with Equal Futures.

Donna McCallum

Project Coordinator - North Lanarkshire

Donna is pleased to be joining Equal Futures at such an exciting time and being involved in the development of the new Equal Futures team. She has experience in a variety of care settings, including working with young people in a residential care and more recently as a team manager for adults with a learning disability, mental health, and Autism. In her free time, she loves going on holidays abroad and staycations in the UK.

Stacey Burgess

Project Coordinator - Greater Glasgow

Stacey is excited to be part of the Equal Futures team and began her career in social care when she was 16 and spent the last 16 years working with people with a learning disability and autism. She loves working with people and helping make a difference in their lives and has lots of experience working with people to access their local community. She has 3 young children who keep her very busy when she is not at work. When she does get some free time, she loves shopping, going out for meals and going away on family holidays.

Shona Fleming

Personal Assistant and Project Coordinator - Ayrshire

Shona Fleming is Personal Assistant to our Managing Director. Shona specialises in the organisations administration and with the “don’t panic” mantra in mind she finds there is no challenge too big or strong for her to conquer. Shona has a passion for cooking and showing off her recipes on Instagram and when she’s not working or in the kitchen she can usually be found at the side of a football field cheering on her two boys who she is sure will be future stars one day or she will be walking her Golden Retriever, Harper in the Ayrshire.