Staff

Dave Bremner
Managing Director

Dave started Go! Youth Trust in 2011 with a desire to encourage and equip the church to serve children, young people and families.  He has extensive experience in a variety of sectors encompassing christian ministry, youth work, youth justice and employability.

Dave also volunteers as as Chairperson of YMCA Tayside since 2014 and as a trustee of Linlithgow Young People's Project (LYPP).  He also supports a number of other charities and churches across Scotland and the UK.

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Cheryll Bremner
Director of Training and Development

Cheryll was a founding trustee of Go! Youth Trust and joined the staff team in 2018 now working as our Director of Training and Employability.  Cheryll oversees the various accredited personal development and employability courses that the Trust delivers.

She brings a wealth of experience from the employability sector working with various training providers and local authority agencies.

Cheryll is passionate about helping young people access to employment, education and training.

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Annabel Russell
Health and Wellbeing Lead

Annabel joined the staff team in August 2018. She has a degree in Geography and is really passionate about promoting positive and supportive relationships.  Annabel delivers the Sparks 121 Coaching programme which supports young people across Primary and Secondary Schools across Central Scotland using volunteer mentors.

Ethan McClelland
Youth Worker

Ethan joined the staff team in 2020 and is responsible for delivering our Stage 2 and Stage 3 programmes for 16 - 25 year olds.  He has a degree in engineering but is still regularly put to shame by the young people during Spaghetti Tower challenges.

Rhona Buchan
Employability Lead

Rhona grew up in France before moving with her family to Dumbarton as a teenager.  She studied foreign languages before gaining a Post Graduate in Career Guidance.  Rhona joined the team in October 2020 and works mainly with 16+ young people who engage with our Switch programme.