Meet our staff

Meet the senior management team at Thera (Scotland).

Jordan Allan

Service Quality Director

Jordan joined Thera (Scotland) in May 2020. Jordan is passionate about everyone having the same opportunities in life and is looking forward to helping people supported by Thera (Scotland) to lead meaningful lives. He has many years’ experience of Quality Checking and uses this in his work when visiting the people Thera (Scotland) support. Jordan sits on other Boards as a Non-Executive Director who are also passionate about Quality Checking.

Suzanne Langford-Commins

Managing Director

Suzanne joined Thera in September 2019. She has worked in social care for over 20 years and has experience which includes change management, project development, campaigns and much more. She is also a trustee of a small Learning Disability charity in her spare time. Suzanne has four children and four dogs. Her passions include equal citizenship and ensuring people can live their very best lives.

Diane Carson

Operational Manager

I have been employed with Thera (Scotland) since 2015 in the role of Operational Manager, New Support Advisor and the Registered Manager for Midlothian, Edinburgh and Falkirk.

I have over 25 years experience working in the Care Sector in Midlothian and the local areas, working with a diverse range of individuals which has been invaluable experience for me to be able to lead my team to deliver a high standard of support. My dedicated staff teams work hard to ensure the best outcomes for the people we support.

My role can often be challenging however the positive outcomes achieved by the people we support makes me smile.

Scott Harkness

Operational Manager

Scott is the Operational Manager for Thera (Scotland) in Inverness and Highlands. He has worked in social care for over 16 years in the private, public and 3rd sector often in development roles. In 2015, Scott was the Self Directed Support (SDS) manager of a partnership project with a local community, which won a Scottish care award for recognition in regards to the initiative work. Scott has also been heavily involved with developing SDS throughout Highland from an organisation perspective in collaborative with local authorities before co-owning, as a director of operations and developing a local care organisation.

Scott is a volunteer in his spare time with Sight Action and been working with this local charity for 18 months. Scott has 3 children and 2 dogs, his oldest daughter of 21 is currently studying at Aberdeen university.