Conservative, Stirling North
Rachel Nunn moved to Stirling to study 30 years ago. Shortly after graduating, she met her husband and they settled here where they still live with their family.
Rachel has always been an active volunteer. She is currently a Cub Leader and Mentor at a social care programme and also volunteered at ‘Change Grow Live’, helping people recover from substance misuse. She has been a treasurer in several charities.
Her career has centred on how to build financial, social, and environmental sustainability in communities. In 2008, Rachel founded Going Carbon Neutral Stirling, one of the first community climate change projects in the UK, and has advised the UK, Welsh, and Scottish Governments. Her work on net zero is on-going.
Rachel currently works for a Regional MSP as a caseworker and researcher offering support over housing, health, community safety and environment issues.
Case Worker and Constituency Officer for Stephen Kerr MSP.
Chair of APSE Energy Scotland.
Policy & Research Officer for Graham Simpson MSP
£1,601.69 paid by the Stirling and Clackmannanshire Conservative and Unionist Association.
Houses, Land and Buildings
Joint owner of a residential home within the Stirling area.
Shares and Securities
Non Financial Interests
Cub Leader for 9th Callander Cubs.
Member of Stirling and Clackmannanshire Conservative and Unionist Association
Member of Tayside and Central Scotland Transport Partnership
Director of Raploch URC Landholdings Ltd (Stirling Community Enterprise)
Trustee / Director of Raploch Urban Regeneration Co Ltd
Representative on The Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE)
Trustee for Clackmannanshire and Stirling Environment Trust
Member of Scotland Excel Joint Committee
Representative for Fair Trade Stirling (Stirling Fair Trade Group)
Gifts and Hospitality
Doune The Rabbit Hole Organisers: 4x complimentary tickets for music festival, notional value.