Tullochan is led by a Board of Trustees. They are all volunteers who have a wide range of skills and expertise. They work with the Chief Executive to provide long term vision and to ensure that the right policies and procedures are in place manage to manage resources effectively.
Kevin was a career banker with the Royal Bank of Scotland for 31 years until June 2012. Until 2011 held role of Regional Director for Central Scotland with responsibility for all the Retail branches within Tayside, Fife, Central Scotland and Argyll and Bute. In his last year with RBS was Head of Network Delivery for their Complaints Handling programme, representing the UK retail branch network of both RBS and NatWest brands to develop a strategy for handling customer complaints. Currently Chief Executive of Grameen UK, a new charitable foundation set up to provide non collateral business start-up finance within the poorest UK communities. An active Board Director and Trustee of One Parent Families Scotland since 2007, also sitting on the Personnel Committee for this long established national charity supporting the welfare of single parent families across Scotland through education, advice and practical support. Kevin has also recently become a volunteer Mentor for graduates through the Project Scotland initiative. Married with one daughter, interests include regular foreign travel and socialising with family.
Adrian's career in IT has spanned both corporate IT and early stage technology companies. He spent 9 years at Computacenter plc in a number of senior roles, latterly as Business Development Director, and then several years as an advisor and Non-Exec to a number of early stage technology companies helping them to commercialise their offerings and structure their growth plans. He focused most recently in the software, mobile and general technology sectors. Adrian has an MA (Hons) in Political Science from the University of Dundee and a Masters degree from Strathclyde Business School. He is a keen rugby fan, plays golf and enjoys the wild parts of Scotland’s beautiful coastlines.
Colin has over 25 years experience working for some of the U.K.'s largest Digital, Branding, Design, Marketing, Advertising and Experiential Marketing organisations. He grew up in Clydebank, having attended Clydebank High School and still has close links to the area. He gained a BA (Hons) Degree in Business & Management / Marketing in 2014. He is currently a Client Services Director, guest lecturer at GCU and mentors for Inspiring Scotland. He is married, with two young children and enjoys his spare time watching football and keeping fit.
Iain has almost 20 years’ experience as a Human Resources professional. The early part of his HR career was spent in the insurance industry, initially with General Accident and then with Norwich Union, working in various roles in both a head office and branch environment. He joined Glasgow Caledonian University in 2005 and has had varied roles over the last ten years. Currently he is a Casework Advisor and provides advice and support to managers and staff on attendance, complaints, conflict, conduct and capability matters. Iain has a Bachelor of Accountancy Degree from the University of Glasgow and a Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resources from the University of Aberdeen. He is married with two teenage children and in his spare time enjoys playing golf and football.
Since 2000, Maureen has been Director of Employability with The Tell Organisation. Maureen and her team have a proven track record in supporting young people and adults into sustainable employment via training and jobsearch programmes. Maureen has been working with The Tell Organisation since 1994 and demonstrates a passion for people, adopting a person-centred approach to improving each person’s opportunities using a variety of methods including enhancing job seeking skills, providing advice and guidance on employment issues and delivering and arranging vocational training and Modern Apprenticeships. Prior to joining The Tell Organisation, Maureen worked in hospitality and manufacturing sectors. Maureen has joined Tullochan’s board of directors because of her belief in making a difference to young people’s lives. She brings a wealth of experience in the local labour market, training and development to Tullochan.
Since leaving high school in the Cumbernauld area Pat has had a varied career ranging from working as a detective with Strathclyde Police, solicitor role with the Scottish Children’s Hearing System, representing all 32 Council’s in Scotland through liaison with the Scottish Government and currently working in a senior role within a Local Authority and mentors other managers. His wealth of life experiences will assist in this current role with Tullochan. Married with two children Pat spends any free time he has with his family preferring to go for long country walks or participating in various sports, listening to music and socialising with friends.