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Biography

Ray Macfarlane

Ray graduated MA, LLB, MBA from the University of Glasgow and began her career as a solicitor in private practice.

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Stuart Housden

Stuart joined the RSPB in 1976, and was involved in policy development on protected areas, forestry, farming and wetland conservation.

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Beltus Ojong Etchu FRSA

Beltus holds a BA in Business Accounting with Distinction (University of Paisley) and an MSc in International Finance Management (West of Scotland University). The Chief Executive of Next Step Initiative and President of the African Forum Scotland, Beltus is co-founder, Fellow and Director of the Centre for African Policy Development and Research Scotland.

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Martyn Wade

Martyn Wade was National Librarian and Chief Executive of the National Library of Scotland from 2002–2014, during which time the Library was transformed into a major cultural and heritage venue.

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Alice Mayne

Alice Mayne has worked in the voluntary sector for over 15 years delivering natural and cultural heritage projects.

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Liz Davidson

Liz Davidson is currently the Senior Project Manager on the restoration of the Glasgow School of Art, Mackintosh Building, overseeing its repair and reconstruction following the devastating fire in May 2014.

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Sam Anderson

Sam Anderson is the Director and Founder of The Junction (young people, health and wellbeing), an award-winning charity based in Edinburgh which works with and for young people on a range of health issues.

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Gillian Findlay

Gillian Findlay began her career in heritage as a volunteer at Edinburgh’s Museum of Childhood while undertaking a postgraduate qualification in Museum and Gallery Studies.