Partner Sheena Anderson in Queen’s Baton Relay

Sheena Anderson, a founding Partner of Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP, one of Scotland’s largest independent firms of Chartered Accountants, had the honour of being a baton bearer in the Commonwealth Games Baton relay today. Sheena was nominated to take…

News30th Jun 2014

By Sarah Simpson

Partner Sheena Anderson in Queen's Baton Relay

Sheena Anderson, a founding Partner of Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP, one of Scotland’s largest independent firms of Chartered Accountants, had the honour of being a baton bearer in the Commonwealth Games Baton relay today.

Sheena was nominated to take part in the relay by her son Scott, who said “when I realised there was an option to nominate someone to take part, I had no doubt that my Mum would be the ‘perfect candidate’.”

Being one of the founding Partners of an award winning Chartered Accountancy firm and heading up their Private Client department, Sheena champions the way for women in business. Not only this, she also serves on The Prince’s Youth Trust panel and helps start-up businesses.

As well as being a role model in the business sense, Sheena’s charitable efforts are extensive and typify her aim to help others. She visits orphans in Sierra Leone and also raises money to have them visit Scotland. In addition she sponsors an orphan in India to help fund her full time education. She even finds time on Christmas Day to drive people with no friends and family to enjoy their day at the Salvation Army.

Mike Brown, a fellow founding Partner of AAB and long-term close friend commented “All who know Sheena are aware of her inspirational qualities and her selfless activities are too many to be listed. As well as being a Mum of three, Sheena’s ‘roles’ include business woman, charity worker, sportswoman, business mentor and school governor to name but a few. She is an inspiring woman whom I have had the pleasure of knowing for many years. We, her friends and colleagues, are very proud of her and are delighted that she was chosen to participate in this memorable event.”

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