Management Committee Members List of Committee Members at September 21:
Gordon Mason (Chairperson) - Gordon has served on the Management Committee since 1998. Gordon serves on the Committee of TPAS Scotland and is currently Chairperson of EVH, an organisation providing HR support to voluntary organisations. Gordon was appointed Chairperson in September 2017.
Ann Dickson (Vice Chair) - Ann was elected to committee at the AGM in 2019. She was active in local politics for many years, during which she held several senior positions. The provision of quality housing and services to tenants has always been a priority for Ann and remains so today.
Lynore McLeod (Secretary) - Lynore was co-opted onto the Management Committee in 2019. She has previously served on many voluntary committees and set up a before school club in Perthshire whose model was adopted by the local authority.
Priscilla Maramba (Treasurer) – Priscilla was elected to committee at the AGM in 2019. She is involved with our Registered Tenants' Organisation and attends the Tenants' View Forum. Priscilla has a lengthy involvement with charities and co-founded a local community charity over 10 years ago which she chaired for over 5 years. In addition, she has sat on various Boards and she currently runs her own business.
Linda Mason - Linda has served on the Management Committee since 1998 and has gained a qualification in housing. She has developed skills in public speaking through her experience of being a course leader for a self-management course. She is a council member of the MS Society Scotland. She has a broad knowledge and understanding of the local community.
Robert Buchanan - Robert was elected to the Committee in September 2013. He lives in Riverside and formerly ran his own business in Raploch for many years prior to retirement. His local knowledge and business experience is undoubtedly valuable to Forth.
Councillor J Thomson - Councillor Thomson attends meetings as an observer and is the link between Stirling Council and Forth. He brings extensive knowledge of the Stirling community and wider political scene.
James Bryce – James is new to the Management Committee after being elected in 2019. He has past experience of voluntary work gained during his time with the MS Society Scotland where he oversaw all aspects of health and safety for the local volunteer group; and has recently volunteered to assist with the health and safety.