Ben Fletcher-Watson

Dr Ben Fletcher-Watson manages the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities at the University of Edinburgh. He holds a PhD in Drama from the University of St Andrews, and has studied at Emory University and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. His research interests include theatre for Early Years, relaxed performance and neurodiverse arts, and… Read more »

Gemma Statham

Gemma is an experienced lawyer with a broad range of experience across a number of sectors. Currently she works in the legal team at RBS and is primarily responsible for providing legal advice to the bank in relation to its strategic projects. Prior to this, Gemma worked at a large law firm as a corporate and commercial… Read more »

Fiona Carr

Fiona began her career in the arts in 2004 whenshe started working at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. From there she went back to her hometown of Inverness to set up the Booth, an online ticketing portal for all the smaller venues across the Highlands & Islands of Scotland. Supported by the Scottish Arts Council and European Regional Development… Read more »

Mary Glasgow

Mary grew up in Edinburgh where she studied Social Work at Moray House. After graduating she started her career working with families in the south of Glasgow. Over the next 10 years Mary spent time working in and managing child protection and family support teams in Pollok, Drumchapel and Paisley. In 2000 she left Local… Read more »

Susannah Jeffries

Susannah spent 15 years working in arts management and administration. She started out at Goldsmiths College in London studying for an MA in Theatre Education. Her first job was with the writers theatre company Paines Plough managing tours and creating programmes of education work. After the birth of her first child she moved to Scotland… Read more »

Mhairi Taylor

Mhairi is Equality and Diversity Manager for the University of Glasgow and leads its work to comply with equalities legislation and develop as an exemplar of good practice within the higher education sector. Her key achievements include securing Athena SWAN accreditation for promoting female academic progression in STEMM (science-based) subject areas. Prior to taking on… Read more »