thinkWhere Bids A Fond Farewell To Senior Consultant Sue Leadbeater

After working with thinkWhere (or Forth Valley GIS, as it was known during the majority of her tenure) for over 12 years, Sue Leadbeater is leaving the company and the world of GIS to tackle exciting new challenges.

As well as implementing and managing thinkWhere’s OASIS anti-social behaviour project, Sue has been a dedicated (but extremely modest) volunteer to a number of health-related organisations. So it came as no surprise when Sue revealed in December that she had been accepted to study Occupational Therapy at Glasgow Caledonian University.

The two-year course will see Sue explore both the theoretical and practice contexts of occupational therapy in today’s society, with her ultimately working towards becoming a registered Occupational Therapist.

The thinkWhere team wish Sue all the very best in her new career and would like to thank her again for her dedicated service.

Sue’s last day will be Friday 17th January. For any enquiries relating to OASIS, please contact