Our Leadership Team

Trustee Board Members

Sarah Bickerstaff

Sarah has held senior Human Resource positions with successful, award-winning providers in Housing and Care Services for 22 years, following seven years’ service in the Royal Navy specialising in HR.

She prides herself on having strong personal values of courage, being caring and leading with trust.

Sarah is a Chartered Member of the CIPD and has a passion for continuous development at an organisational and individual level and is currently working towards her ILM level 7 in Executive Coaching and Mentoring.

Isobel Brown

Isobel has an impressive track record in organisational development and change management having worked at board and investment level within the public and private sectors and has supported a number of Cabinet advisory groups and Government manifesto development projects.

Isobel has provided strategic advice and mobilised teams for the Midlands Engine, the Government’s Startup Loans Company, Swindon and Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership and Shaw Trust; a significant provider of employment advice to disadvantaged and disabled people in the UK.  In addition to advising Equanet, a company who has developed a platform dedicated to creating an alternative technology that connects marginalised groups and removes the barriers for SME digitisation, Isobel is working with The Consultation Institute who quality assure consultation processes to ensure organisations’ approaches are open, transparent and that the public are actively involved in decision making.

Isobel sits on a number of boards on a voluntary basis; Forces in Mind Trust and Action for Children Byte Night, raising considerable funds through sleeping rough for homeless children in the UK.

Clinton Hanney

Clinton has been married for 34 years and has two adult children, a son in London and a daughter in Melbourne, Australia. After a fourteen year career as a firefighter in Sydney, Australia, Clinton studied law and worked in various roles as a solicitor before becoming the legal director and an executive director of a large Queensland government business in property development.

Clinton now lives permanently in Scotland with his wife, Cathie. Clinton has previously maintained a strong connection to the not for profit sector as a pro bono community solicitor and board member of organisations with objects similar to that of the Mungo Foundation.

Janine Hunt

Janine has a strong track record as an innovative leader with a varied skills base including strategic management, creative problem solving as a leader as well as organisational change. She has worked  in numerous environments at senior level as CEO and Director in both charities and the public sector, adapting a collaborative approach connecting with staff, stakeholders and people using services.

Janine has worked across Scotland and UK environments with committed values driven approaches to work including Big Lottery Fund, Creative Scotland, Scottish Refugee Council as an advisor in Scottish Government in human rights/asylum  at a time of constitutional reform and recently Scottish Police Authority and Scotland Excel. She relishes positions where no two days are ever the same, forming intuitive responses swiftly to emerging challenges with proactive promotion of the principles of equality.

In October 2020 her most recent challenge is with Scottish Government, as Head of Planning, Implementation and Design in delivering ‘The Promise’  from the First Minister of the Independent Care Review in Scotland for service design that children in care grow up loved, safe and respected. She has been a proud member of the SRC Board since 2015

Joe Mulholland

Joe is an Associate Dean at City of Glasgow College and has been in Scottish FE for over 20 years both as a lecturer and in various leadership positions.

Joe has a Masters degree in Leading Learning and Teaching and is currently working towards a Doctorate in Education: Leading Learning and Teaching. Joe also delivers non-directive leadership coaching at the General Teaching Council for Scotland and has experience working as an Associate Assessor with Education Scotland.

When not working, studying or spending time with family, Joe is most likely to be found on the golf course.

Antony Smith

Antony is a Chartered Engineer and business professional with over 20 years’ experience in the Electricity Supply, Telecoms, and Transport industries. He has significant experience in project design, delivery, and governance in Renewable Energy and Electricity Networks, as well as experience of leading operations and strategic development of key transport infrastructure.

In addition, Antony has delivered business change programmes across several large organisations, in both the private and public sector.  He is a member of the Institute of Engineering & Technology and holds an MBA from Strathclyde Graduate Business School. Antony previously spent 5 years serving on The Children’s Panel in Glasgow, and 2 years as a Board Member of River Clyde Homes.

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