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Charles Grant

BRIGADIER (RET’D) C S GRANT OBE Born in April 1948, Charles Grant was commissioned into the Queen’s Own Highlanders (Seaforth and Camerons) in 1968.  Various appointments as a major included that of company commander at Sandhurst and Chief of Staff

Alison Phipps

Alison Phipps UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts at the University of Glasgow and Professor of Languages and Intercultural Studies. She was De Carle Distinguished Visiting Professor at Otago University, Aotearoa New Zealand 2019-2020, Thinker in

Dermot H Kennedy

Dermot H. Kennedy Mb, FRCP [Glasg], DRCOG CV#  Formerly consultant in Infectious and Tropical Diseases, Glasgow. Dermot was born, educated and graduated in medicine in Glasgow. Rapidly aspiring to a career in Infectious diseases he became a lecturer, then in

Frank Dunn

Professor Frank Dunn CBE, DL, DSc, MPhil, FRCP (Glasg, Edin, Lond)  Professor Dunn is a retired Consultant Cardiologist and Honorary Professor at the School of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Health at the University of Glasgow. He graduated in Medicine from the

John Ross

I have recently retired from farming a 700 acre hill and upland farm near Portpatrick having taken over the farm aged 17 on the death of my father. My son Andrew is now the 4th generation to farm this land.

Andrew Tannahill

Andrew Tannahill is a former public health doctor, NHS board chief executive and academic.  After retiring he served on the board of NHS Education for Scotland and then as a voluntary mentor for NHS board non-executives. In retirement he has