Catherine Holden is an independent strategic consultant, who has worked for museums, galleries, theatres and other national cultural organisations in Scotland and London.
Mary is Director of the Incorporation of Goldsmiths, promoting the skills of Scotland’s jewellers and silversmiths. Founder of Ostrero, growing the Circular Economy in Scotland.
Elizabeth is an independent curator, writer and consultant with specialist expertise in jewellery and metalwork. She was formerly a Principal Curator at National Museums Scotland.
Pete is a designer, lecturer and researcher at the University of Dundee. He is interested in how design creates meaning and enjoys making things.
Kirsty is Assistant Director at The Scottish Gallery and previously worked at Dovecot Studios. She initially studied Jewellery & Silversmithing at Edinburgh College of Art. Photography: Stephen Dunn.
Liz is a qualified Chartered Accountant with advisory and non-executive roles within developing businesses and third sector. Liz was directly involved in the financial and strategic development of McQueen and in negotiating its high-profile acquisition.
Miles works in leadership and organisation / governance development and is an independent meeting facilitator. He has particular expertise and experience in the not-for-profit and public sectors.
A keen crafts collector, Sue is an arts development specialist; working with museums and galleries on development strategies, and curating large-scale projects.
Sandra Gunn is Faculty Director for Creative Industries at City of Glasgow College. She has a wide experience in tertiary education and is Associate Assessor for Education Scotland. Photography: Angela Graham.
Angela is an accountant and is currently the Finance Director of the Edinburgh Assay Office. She also has an interest in developing business skills in young people and is an Enterprise Expert with the Princes Trust.