Cammy Day

Cammy was born and raised in Edinburgh, and studies at Edinburgh University. He has spent most of his career working with young people in many of the city's areas of deprivation, supporting young people to challenge social injustices. Cammy was also key in supporting the creation of the city's first independent youth forum in the north of the city. Elected in November 2008, Cammy is the Labour Group spokesperson for Housing and Homelessness, and is a member of the Education Children and Families Committee and the Licensing Board. Cammy is a member of the co-operative party, Scotmid and UNISON.  Read Cammy's blog here, or contact Cammy:  cammyday@edinburghlabour.com  @cllrcammyday

Vicki Redpath

Vicki was born in Essex but has spent most of her life in Hull before moving to Edinburgh in 2001. She has studied Fine Art and Documentary Photography and has an HND in Business Studies. After completing this she worked as part of a software implementation team. This kick started a career in testing software and training. After many years in private companies she moved to the voluntary sector. When Vicki first moved to Edinburgh she worked as an administrator with the NHS and Nisus Scotland but the desire to work more closely with people led her back to a training role. Placing emphasis on lifelong learning she completed courses in Working With Communities, Adult Literacies and the Cambridge Certificate in English Language Training to Adults. Since 2007 she has been a free lance ESOL and literacies tutor. Vicki is married and lives in Leith.  Contact Vicki:  vickiredpath@edinburghlabour.com  @VickiRedpath