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Please do contact your local team with any event, membership, sponsorship or other queries and they'll be happy to help.

If you'd like to get in touch with a committee member, please contact the national administrator in the first instance.

Scotland team

Executive Director:
David Watt
0131 557 5488

National Chair:
Aidan O'Carroll

Head of Membership Services: 
Kirsty Livingstone
07814 386 129

National
Administrator: 
Patricia Huth
0131 557 5488  

Aberdeen committee

Mark McCue - Chair
David Fleming
Carolyn Maniukiewicz
Chris Bird
Tricia Walker
Callum Wilson
Dean Phillips
Mike Straughen
John Michie







Edinburgh committee

Julie Ashworth - Chair
Jane Clark-Hutchison
Elise MacDonald
Seonag MacKinnon
Richard Simpson
Hans Waltl
Kirsty Mackenzie
Liz Dean-Stevens

Fife committee

Ian Collins - Chair 
John Lupton
Stephen Westwood
John Clarke
Joyce Lamond
Andrew Mitchinson







Highlands & Islands committee

Donald Forsyth - Chair
Fiona Larg
George Macleod
Keith Nicholson
Craig Spence
Jennifer Robertson
Rachel Ross
Michael Thomson





Glasgow committee

Craig Jamieson - Chair
Chris Floyd
Sharon McEwan
Tony McElroy
Robbie Drummond
Promilla Caughey
Ralph Leishman
Craig Jamieson
Derek May
Laura Battles
Brian McEwan
John Rotherford
Garry Bernstein
Stephen Breslin

Tayside committee

Sonia Cottom - Chair
Steve Cartwright
John Macmillan
Steve Ross
Martin Smith
Marlene Lowe
Roy McLellan

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0131 557 5488

Scotland

Branch and staff contacts can be found on the main Contacts tab

IoD Scotland
10 Charlotte Square
Edinburgh
EH2 4DR


Charlotte Square is a garden square in Edinburgh, Scotland, part of the New Town, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The square is located at the west end of George Street and was intended to mirror St. Andrew Square in the east. The gardens are private and not publicly accessible.