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|Event Manager: Deejay Bullock
Deejay worked as a pub landlord before moving into the third sector in the late 00s, establishing and leading a number of support groups. Deejay is the founder of Four Pillars, Grampian’s LGBT+ Charity, working closely with other organisations across Grampian to support all aspects of mental, emotional, physical and sexual health.
|Site Manager: David Whitley|
|Website & Graphic Design: Myshele Haywood
Myshele’s favourite colour is rainbow, which helps with designing the flyers and graphics for Grampian Pride. She’s also involved with equalities work, activism, writing and gardening. Her dog, Millie, is an honorary member of the Committee.
|Volunteer Coordinators: Colin Christine & Kevin White
Grampian Pride would be impossible without our team of amazing volunteers, and it’s Colin and Kevin’s job to look after the volunteers and keep everyone moving in the right direction. Kevin works for the NHS and Colin works in education. They have been together since 1990. Pride is important to them because when they were first together, in the UK you could still be sacked for being gay.
|Decorations: Jade Leyden
Jade’s job is to make Grampian Pride look fabulous! She works as a Community Development Officer with Aberdeen City Council and also volunteers with the Bridging the Gap with Kinship Support SCIO. She loves planning things and crafting, so when the opportunity to help out with Pride came up she jumped at the chance.
||Family Space & Youth Zone: Rachael Beedie & Michaela Cully
With a wealth of experience working with children as well as being a mother to 2 fabulous kids, Rachael is excited to be involved in organising the Family Space and Youth Zone this year at Grampian Pride.
Michaela is an RMPS teacher. Grampian Pride means a lot to her because the LGBTQI+ community deserves to live equally, and she wants to help promote this as much as she can.
|Social Media: Marine Derambure
Passionate about equality and diversity, Marine decided to join the committee in June 2019 to raise awareness of Grampian Pride, its values and actions. With experience in media, events, communications and marketing, she is employing her skills to support a cause and community close to her heart.
|Entertainment: Adam Perry
Adam is a full time bartender and computing student, and can pull a near perfect pint. Pride means a lot to him, as it celebrates all members of the LGBT+ community being themselves for a few days!
|Parade: Zac Hunter & George Bowie
Zac is a 4th year English Literature and Linguistics student at UoA and part-time bartender. After he graduates, he intends to do a postgraduate in Social Policy so he can help with the progression of LGBTQ+ rights and help tackle the social inequalities that our community frequently endure.
|Child Safety Officer: Ellie Hepburn
Ellie has worked with Zone Youth LGBT+ for 10 years. She is passionate about young people’s voices being heard and for young people to be involved in raising awareness surrounding homophobia and transphobia. On a personal level, she likes gin and holidays in Spain.
|Stage Manager: Jed Welsh|