Our Collective

Our Team

Irene Warner-Mackintosh

Irene Warner-Mackintosh

Irene has been working in the third sector for over 20 years. For the last decade, she has specialised in digital participation and community development, and is particularly focussed on the ways in which digital can support organisations to help those at risk of exclusion. She has experience both in securing funding and in project management with multiple stakeholders. Irene has also worked extensively in both advocacy and family support .

Shona Munro

Shona Munro

Shona has worked in digital participation for over eight years and with a particular focus on adult education and the training and support of individuals and organisations to build community capacity. Prior to this, Shona worked with local authorities in community learning and development departments, developing and delivering IT training to adults, as well as arts and cultural activities for young people.

Brigitte Vallance

Brigitte Vallance

Brigitte has a background in occupational psychology. She has extensive experience in adult education and has worked with local authorities and third sector organisations, delivering training workshops to students of all abilities. Most recently Brigitte has been working in community engagement, bringing together local and national partners to deliver shared outcomes.

Jo Chenhall

Jo Chenhall

Jo joined Mhor Collective with a background in qualitative and quantitative research, having worked in that area for over 25 years. She has been specialising in adult education for the past five years, successfully delivering digital inclusion training across Scotland to both individuals and organisations.

Tracey Hawkins

Tracey Hawkins

Tracey has been working in digital participation since January 2015 when she worked on a project to tackle digital exclusion in the remote community of the Shetland Islands. Tracey comes from a background of using digital technology to encourage wider participation in the heritage sector with a particular focus on museum collections. She has recently been supporting online learners to gain digital skills and to use these in their everyday working lives and beyond.