Ian has been a director of SCBF since 2013.
Scott MacDonald studied electronic engineering and has a background in both business software and the holiday lettings industry. Since returning to Scotland he now focuses a rather larger part of his time on being a father to his four young children, one of whom suffers from a physical disability. He has been a resident of Strathnairn since 2012 where he is involved in several local groups as a volunteer. His interests include languages, reading and mountaineering. He has been on the board since 2013.
Isobel McQueer, Chair, spent many years as a Community Councillor in Tarbat, Easter Ross, Culcabock and Drakies, Inverness, Tain, Skeabost, Isle of Skye and now serves in Strathnairn. Although originally from Glasgow, she has spent forty three years in the Highlands and because of work has moved around quite a bit, gaining valuable knowledge and a deep love of the area. Her interests are reading, family, politics, philosophy, Scottish history, short mat bowling and the local community of Strathnairn.
After attending the Scottish Rural Parliament in 2014 she returned with renewed interest and vision having seen some of the innovative and exciting things going on all over Scotland in Rural areas. As a mother and grandmother it gives her great pleasure to see the board support the local schools and playpark. She looks forward to closer communication with all the local groups to further promote and enhance activities for all ages in our community. Isobel has been on the board since 2013.
Isobel is also chair of the Strathnairn indoor bowling club.
Sally has been a director of SCBF since 2014.
Pauline has been a director of SCBF since December 2015. She has lived in Strathnairn for 29 years, raised her family here and been involved in the community through the local school, bowling club and gala.
In particular community projects are important to Pauline as they are an asset to all in the community and a long lasting legacy. Pauline’s interests include walking, travelling ,reading and spending time with family. She is a senior manager in the care sector.
Mark has been a director of SCBF since 2016.
Christine has been a director of SCBF since 2016.
Nick has been a director of SCBF since 2017. Originally from Saltcoats in Ayrshire he has lived in Farr with his wife for over 10 years and they have a small holding. He worked for ten years as a Social Worker with The Highland Council. In 1994 he started Highland Home Carers Ltd, which moved to being an employee owned company in 2004, and remains as Chairman. Nick is also Chairman of L’Arche Inverness, which provides care and support for adults with learning difficulties.