This Trustees’ Week, we want to acknowledge the essential work of our Trustees in volunteering their time and expertise for RCET.
We are really lucky that our trustees often go above and beyond for us. Chairman Malcolm Noble and Director Neil McLennan have taken part in challenge events including the Dundee Kiltwalk, the Forth Rail Abseil and Malcolm’s own 90 mile walking challenge into Rome raising hundreds of pounds in the process.
Many of our trustees also travel long distances to attend meetings, some coming as far as the south of England.
We are lucky to be able to call on the wide range of experience and skills of our trustees to help us improve the lives of Armed Forces young people and children.
This year we have been very fortunate to welcome four new trustees to the charity who have brought their unique skills and experience to the board.
- Isla Campbell Lupton – Isla’s expertise is in fundraising. She is currently the Head of Fundraising & Partnerships at Music in Hospitals & Care and has previously worked as Deputy Head of Fundraising at Poppyscotland.
- Neil McLennan – Neil’s background is in education having previously had a career in teaching . He currently the Director of Leadership Programmes at the University of Aberdeen.
- Colin Cook – Colin is an experienced civil servant and is currently the Digital Director of the Scottish Government. He brings with him a wealth of experience and expertise in policy, digital, and Scottish Government priorities.
- Suzanne Wilson – Suzanne’s expertise is in law. She is the Senior Legal Counsel at Galliford Try/Morrison Construction based in Edinburgh and has practiced law for over 25 years.
We are also looking for new trustees to join our board in 2020 so watch this space!