The affairs of the Trust are governed by a Board of Directors who volunteer their time. Directors are either elected or co-opted from among the Trust’s members, or appointed to the Board by other community bodies. Election takes place at Annual General Meetings. Co-option can take place at any time, usually to fill a vacancy or a skills gap.
Karen moved to Dunphail in 2014 and soon volunteered for the role of secretary of Edinkillie Community Association. She currently works for NHS Grampian at Dr Gray’s Hospital and likes to spend her free time out in the countryside with her husband and two dogs.
Emma moved to Finderne in 2014 to join a local law firm, specialising in rural property and business.
She is passionate about sustainable rural development and supporting the FDT in implementing its objectives for the long term benefit of the community.
Emma enjoys exploring Finderne with her family and dog. She finds inspiration in the woods and local wildlife and enjoys nature photography.
Brian retired from his role as Malt Distilling Director for Diageo in 2014 after 30 years with the Scotch Whisky maker. He is married to Sarah and has two daughters (Jennie, a Psychiatrist, and Emma, a Personal trainer).
After 34 years in the area he can think of nowhere else as “home” and is passionate about the Finderne Development Trust becoming a leading force for the benefit of the local community.
Stephen lives with his wife and son in Rafford, having moved to the Finderne area in 2015. A member of the Rafford Village Hall committee, he enjoys volunteering in the community, as well as exploring the local environment as a keen runner and cyclist. Stephen works as the Application Support Engineer and Performing Arts Technical Project Manager at Gordonstoun School, having had twenty years experience in the arts sector as a theatre technician.
Moira and her husband Roy moved to Dunphail in 2006. She works as the Administrator at Logie Primary School, where their daughter has been a pupil for seven years. Moira previously worked as a BBC radio producer and reporter, and later spent four years on the team that brought Piping At Forres to the town. Her main interest as a Director of the Finderne Development Trust lies in enrolling as many members of the community as possible, to be sure that it reflects what local people want.
Jo moved to Dunphail in 2013. She and her husband Alec help run his family’s estate at Logie where they live with their three young children.
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