Fiona began her career in the arts in 2004 whenshe started working at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. From there she went back to her hometown of Inverness to set up the Booth, an online ticketing portal for all the smaller venues across the Highlands & Islands of Scotland. Supported by the Scottish Arts Council and European Regional Development Fund, it was her first experience of fundraising. After five years in Inverness, Fiona moved back to Edinburgh to take up a positions at the arts-in-health charity Hearts & Minds, the home of the Clowndoctor and Elderflower programmes. From there she had a short stint at Royal Blind before taking up the post of Development Manager at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, where she has been since 2013.
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RT @Cooper1Nicole: 2/2 She loved the bird girl because she was just like her. Her teacher was overwhelmed that she felt able to share… https://t.co/E3Okxp3NUc
RT @Cooper1Nicole: 1/2 For obvious reasons, I can’t name names but we did a show today that moved a little girl in the audience in a w… https://t.co/pGJKNwbpdI
RT @Macrobert: Follow the story of a mischievous raccoon in Hup (Sun 11 Mar). Designed for children aged 0 - 18 months, it has a r… https://t.co/6ns4UlUTSP