My name is Pam Duncan-Glancy, and I am proud to be a Member of the Scottish Parliament for the Glasgow Region. I have a degree in Psychology, as well as a Masters in Health Psychology. I also worked in communications for Public Health Scotland before being elected to the Parliament.
I thrive for a Glasgow that is more accessible than when I took office. Where everyone can be themselves and a place where, no matter who you are or what your background, you can live up to your full potential. A place where it’s not just the people that make Glasgow, but where Glasgow makes its people. Where everyone can get around, get involved and get on.
As the first permanent wheelchair user in the Scottish Parliament, I will do all I can to promote equality and human rights for disabled people.
It is more important than ever that vital public services get the investment they need and that the workers in them are valued and paid properly. I'll always do whatever I can, whenever I can, wherever I can, to make sure that this happens and that the issues that matter most to you, and to the Glasgow Region, are raised.
Whatever I need to do to make life better for the people of Glasgow and make sure you get a fair deal, I'll do it. For as long as I'm in the Parliament, I'll use my voice to fight for you.
My team and I will do all we can to help, so please do not hesitate to get in touch.