Caroline is a native of Ayr and lives locally. Her experience has encompassed a career in midwifery and psychology that spans 34 years. She currently works as a Professor in Maternal Health within the School of Health and Social Care at Edinburgh Napier University. In the past, she has worked for the NHS at Crosshouse Hospital as a lecturer in midwifery attached to the local maternity unit. She knows the issues affecting local people in this area.
Speaking about her selection Caroline said:-
“I am delighted to represent Kilmarnock and Loudoun constituency, which is a part of Ayrshire where as a midwife I have worked to help women, partners and families gain a 'best start' in life”.
My commitments to the people of Kilmarnock and Loudoun include:
- “If elected, I will be a dedicated, approachable, accountable and effective Member of Parliament (MP).”
- “I will respect the outcomes of the two previous referendums by delivering Brexit and stand up for Scotland remaining in our four-country UK union. We can than then move on and support the people of this constituency to obtain the things that matter to them, which include a high quality NHS, excellent education and training, a strong economy, local jobs, and provide support for local businesses to expand, whilst ensuring that retailers on our high streets are able to adapt to modern-day lifestyle and shopping trends.”