Freemasonry - The worlds largest fraternity

Jimmy Young


Region:
Scotland
Notice Period:
Emergency (maybe less than one week's notice)
Type:
Professional, Charity, Entertainment Educational
Fee:
Free
Category:
Charity
Updated:
11th June 2019
Tagged:
Freemasonry | Fraternity | Charity

Freemasonry is an often-misunderstood organisation.

This is a talk on what it takes to become a member of the world’s largest fraternity, their local and national charity work and some of the myths surround this organisation with secrets(not a secret organisation).

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About Jimmy Young

Jimmy Young

After 35 years in the financial/IT sector Jimmy has now retired.

For 46 years he was a successful DJ covering mobile, hospital and commercial radio and is one of less than 400 people to be awarded a commercial radio licence in the UK.

He continues to work in the charity sector and now offers talks and workshops that fall into two interconnected headings - Work and Life.

Work - With almost 35 years working for Lloyds Banking Group Jimmy has extensive experience of managing and motivating colleagues. For the last 12 he was part of a team of 5 that managed over 1,000 project managers delivering the IT portfolio at LBG.

Life - Jimmy is a firm believer and advocate of work/life balance and his life stories reflect this. These include mobile DJ, Hospital and Commercial Radio, entertainment and riding a Harley Davidson. He hosts regular charity malt tasting nights and auctions, amongst other events.

His talks cover all these aspects of his life and can be adapted for the audience. Jimmy only charges for professional engagements.

Recent talks have been provided for the Army, Edinburgh Dental School, Carillion, Rotary clubs and Church groups


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