Stephen Dunn was appointed Scottish Power's Director of Human Resources (HR) and Communications in September 2005.
He has developed his HR expertise during 25 years with Scottish Power, working within both line management and corporate HR roles across the business.
Since privatisation, he has been involved in all the Group’s acquisitions and disposals.
He is a board member of Scottish Power Learning and a council member of the CBI Scotland.
Until recently, he was a director of Hibernian Football Club, a professional soccer club in the Premier League in Scotland.
Links with the Scottish Executive
Recently, a press release stated that "Former US Vice President Al Gore’s climate change film, An Inconvenient Truth, will be shown in all of Scotland’s Secondary Schools this year thanks to an initiative from Scottish Power and the Scottish Executive. The Scottish Executive, through Learning Teaching Scotland, is developing a package of educational materials to help raise awareness of the challenges we all face from global warming. Stephen Dunn, Scottish Power’s HR and Communications Director, said; “I was greatly impressed by An Inconvenient Truth. Not only does it powerfully explain what is happening to the planet, it also gives hope by simply setting out what we can still do to fight climate change. Scottish Power is already the biggest generator of onshore wind energy in the UK and is developing biomass and wave generation to reduce emissions and combat global warming – but it is essential that we also help promote understanding of this crucial challenge through initiatives such as this." 
- ^ Photograph from Scottish Power Meet the Team, Stephen Dunn, accessed 22 March 2007.
- ^ Team Member History from Scottish Power Meet the Team, Stephen Dunn, accessed 22 March 2007.
- ^ Press release from Scottish Power News & Media, "ScottishPower Brings Al Gore's 'An Inconvenient Truth' to Schools", accessed 19 March 2007.