Management Team Maureen Morrison - Operations Manager Maureen Morrison has been with Spinal Injuries Scotland for many years, first as a member, then as a Trustee and finally Maureen stepped in as Operation Manager 2017. Lucy McOuat - Trustee Lucy has a degree in journalism and works for Young Enterprise Scotland as a Programme Executive. Lucy helps develop and deliver school programmes across the country and in the past three years she has worked to develop the Festival of Youth Enterprise into it's current form. Lucy runs a blog in her spare time; McWhat Ann MacSween - Trustee Ann has worked for 20 years in the public sector for Historic Scotland / Historic Environment Scotland and she is currently Head of Casework. Anns formal training is as an archaeologist and a town planner. Her personal interest in SIS comes from supporting a friend in the months after her injury. Outside of work Ann enjoys time off with family and friends, cooking, walking and travelling, and her interest in archaeology spills over from her day job into the evenings and weekends. Christine Dodds - Trustee Christine Dodds is a Chartered Accountant (ICAS) with a background in both Big Four accountancy practice and the Oil & Gas industry. She has held numerous financial management roles since qualifying in 2008 and is currently Business Planning & Strategy Manager at Repsol Sinopec Resources UK Limited in Aberdeen. Christine’s association with the charity started in 2019 when Repsol Sinopec nominated SIS as one of their ‘charities of the year’ and Christine coordinated many of the fundraising activities undertaken, acting as the key liaison between the company and the charity. Fraser Payne - Trustee With a background in Marketing and Project Management, Fraser has managed the delivery of new websites for Spinal Injuries Scotland and the residential facility, Clober Farm. Prior to working in the Education, Fraser worked in the German Higher Education system, Digital Consultancy and Enterprise Development. Evelyn Morrison - Trustee Evelyn joined the board in December 2019. Having come into contact with spinal injuries in her capacity as a physiotherapist, she felt she could use her skills and experience to contribute to Spinal Injuries Scotland at a board level. Evelyn has enjoyed all aspect of this role to date and is excited for the future developments of this worthy charity.