TRUSTEES

All of our trustees live locally and each have individual skill sets, having worked in a variety of businesses and organisations. Their knowledge and experience is very important to our decision-making process.

The trustees meet regularly to keep moving forward with all aspects of developing and operating the home.

David Henderson
Chairman
Economic and business development career with Heriot-Watt University and HIE, then business consultancy and service as a Highland councillor. 
Jim Harbison
Planner, former senior planning and development officer with The Highland Council
David Mackenzie 

Chartered civil engineer, formerly chief structural engineer with The Highland Council roads and bridges department.

Tina Chancellor
Medical Doctor, formerly general practitioner in Inverness 
Sandra Munro
General and mental health nurse. Career in hospital, community mental health nursing and Out of Hours Mental Health Service.
David Connell
Local business career in retail, distribution and banking; latterly established his own financial services company
Simon Cole Hamilton
Vice-Chairman
Engineer and chartered accountant. Manager with several local firms and organisations; CEO with Inverness Chamber of Commerce, then established his own accountancy firm.
Andrea Sillars
Qualified manager in Human Resources. Senior HR management roles with Northern Constabulary, Highland Hospice and Highlands & Islands Airports Ltd.
Ian Whyte
Medical doctor with career as Consultant Ophthalmologist in the Highland Health Board.
Robert MacPhee
Treasurer
Chartered Accountant with management career, mainly overseas, in the construction and oil & gas sectors.
Evelyn Grant
Qualified social worker with a range of experience, including as both practitioner and senior manager in Scottish Children's Reporter Administration.
Jim McIntosh
Career in the financial services sector in various parts of the UK, including financial advisory and compliance management roles with Barclays Bank and Royal Bank, and latterly in Inverness as financial advice administrator.

"As trustees, we have the responsibility of guiding the management team to help ensure the home is run in the best interests of our residents, based on the strong principles of care for which our founder was known.

It is a privilege to be part of such a dedicated group and to be able to provide assistance to those individuals entrusted to our care."

David Henderson, Chairman

Registered as a SCIO, Isobel Fraser Home, SC047168, also known as Isobel Fraser Care Home

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