Tara Scott is a dedicated and highly qualified professional with a diverse background in education, child welfare, and government collaboration. Tara is a PRINCE2®Agile Registered Practitioner, Independent Consultant and Associate Quality Specialist. Tara’s educational credentials include a Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology and a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology and Health Studies, both recognized by the British Psychological Society. Her expertise lies in utilizing her extensive experience to inform and enhance the design, delivery, and evaluation of initiatives, with a focus on achieving positive, sustainable outcomes.
In the realm of child and family welfare, health, and education, Tara has a remarkable sixteen-year track record in Ireland and the UK. She played a key role in the strategic development of the Healthy Early Years London project for the Mayor of London’s office, collaborating with various services to provide accessible guidance and resources for professionals and communities, aiming to reduce health inequalities in children across London.
Tara has also established herself as a key collaborator with various government entities in Ireland and London, working with the Mayor of London’s office, Islington Council, Hackney Council, Ireland’s Department of Education, DCEDIY, HSE and Tusla. Her role as Mayoress in Haringey Council reflects her commitment to community engagement and representation.
Notably, Tara possesses strong skills in structured report writing, able to effectively compile and present information for diverse audiences, including academia, government leadership, and local communities. Her reports are characterized by meticulous analysis, review, and evaluation, consistently meeting tight deadlines.
Throughout her multifaceted career, Tara Scott maintains an unwavering commitment to high quality and sustainability, consistently striving to make a positive impact in education, child/community welfare, and government collaboration.