All posts in Trustees

  • Kelsey Gardiner

    Kelsey leads on the development of customer marketing and communications for the Corporate and Commercial divisions of NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland and Ulster bank. She represents Comms and Marketing in key stakeholder discussions, acting as a trusted adviser and advising on leadership communications across the segment, ensuring a clear and consistent narrative, and developing strategies that support businesses needs. She then translate commercial imperatives into marketing and colleague communications plans and manages campaigns to deliver the right messages to the right customers through the right channel. Kelsey has a 1st class degree in Marketing and Economics and other than working for RBS has also worked in Germany and America. Outside of work Kelsey is currently a full time wedding planner, planning for her own wedding in August but also loves to travel, shop and drink wine!

  • Fiona McMillan

    Fiona McMillan was born in Greenock in 1989 where she still stays with her husband and three children.   In her teen years, Fiona went to college and then started working in a computer factory later moving to a cable factory until she has her first child.   She is now a stay-at-home Mum and is in 5 Mummies Make SRG, and is in the process of building her own crochet business Happily Hooked.

  • Angie Mo

    Angela is a mum of four and is a part of the Maryhill SRG where she has been a member for over two years.  Her parents has owned their own businesses in restaurants and take-aways.  Through times she has stepped up to do managerial duties for her parents. She is a qualified beauty therapist and was unable to pursue this further when the kids came along. She hopes one day she will have her own business.

  • Noel Mathias, Executive Member & Secretary (@Matsnoel)

    Noel Mathias is the Managing Director of WEvolution and is responsible for introducing the Self-Reliant Group (SRG) approach to the UK. He is originally from India and holds degrees in History, Philosophy and Theology. He completed his Masters in Communication at the Westminster University in London in 2006 and has lived in Scotland since then. Noel is passionate about working alongside people struggling against poverty and trusts their capacity and imagination to take control of their lives and their communities.

  • Vicki Sellick (@vsellick)

    Vicki is a Director of Nesta, the UK’s innovation foundation, overseeing £15m grant funding to scale up the most promising innovations in the fields of social action and education. She blogs on innovation and growth semi-regularly here and tweets a bit more frequently. She is an advocate for government innovators trying to change the system from within, having spent 6 years with the Young Foundation where she she worked with governments around the world, and more than 50 local authorities to design and embed innovations in public sector service delivery. Vicki began her carer supporting regeneration and community initiatives in Sheffield working for both Sheffield City Council and the University of Sheffield. Outside of work she loves sailing, cycling and walking and is a keen volunteer.

  • Liz Cameron OBE (Chair)

    Liz Cameron’s career spans more than 30 years holding senior positions in the private sector where her strategic leadership and visionary focus are widely acclaimed. She is currently a Director/Chief Executive of the Scottish Chambers of Commerce Limited. Liz is a much s ought after commentator on behalf of business, and recognised for her success in setting up and successfully running a number of small businesses. Her business expertise is widely utilised through a number of non-executive Directorships in Scotland and the USA. Liz has previously served as the Vice Chair of the Scottish National Lottery Committee.Liz is recognised in the Scottish Business Insider’s Top 10 Women of Influence in Scotland, shortlisted as Female Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2013 Scottish Business Awards and recently awarded an OBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List 2014 for her outstanding services to business and commerce

  • Sarah Brown

    Sarah Brown represents the Church of Scotland’s Ministries Council on our Board. She seeks to live her life in all its fullness and encourages others to do the same. The arts are her hobby as well as her delight and everything from music and art to storytelling and theatre productions inspire her to live more deeply. “Every day is a school day” and learning new things, whether it be about the people whose lives she encounters as a parish minister or more formal education helps her to understand the world more each day. Sarah can often be found being dragged along by her two border collies Darcy and Annie