Tony has been involved with The Ecology Centre since 2004. His background is in IT where he previously managed 3 international companies and also set up his own IT business. Tony is involved in a number of other local organisations.
Liz has had a career in voluntary and public sector management, particularly with older people and people with disabilities or sensory impairments. She has always been very involved with her local community and is currently a Community Councillor.
Chris was a Head teacher of a Nursery and continues to work in the field of pre-school education. She has considerable experience of committees, including involvement at a national level. Chris is also a talented musician and performer.
Edwina is married with three grown up sons and two grand-daughters. She has lived and worked in many different places over the years. She has happily been part of the volunteer lunch team at The Ecology Centre now for many years.
Ken skills range from construction design and build processes, land procurement and project management which offer a broad experience across the board. Beyond this he has some experience in commercial business and tourism.
Roger’s experience from a strategic marketing career in Financial Services and small business consultancy is helping the team develop plans to enable the charity to become financially self funded. By improving communication with key audiences, carefully developing new services, and enhancing our digital services Roger’s input is helping take us forward.
Gail is an experienced Finance Director with a track record in strategic and financial consultancy of developing businesses. As a member of Pilotlight, Gail became involved with The Ecology Centre in 2015 and joined the board to assist the team in developing a financial strategy to enable future sustainability of the charity.
Alison is currently Principal Teacher of Biology at Viewforth High School, Kirkcaldy. She has taught for many years in and around Fife, Dundee and abroad. She is passionate about environmental education for all, but particularly the engagement of young people with nature.