The team

We work passionately to connect and empower communities. Meet the people behind Outside the Box.

Mum Friendly Workplace

Outside The Box is a recognised ‘Mum Friendly Workplace’, meaning we meet the standards identified by mums as being supportive and flexible for mums returning to work.

Living Wage Scotland

Outside The Box is a certified Living Wage employer.

Meet the team

Fiona Macpherson

Project Worker, South East Team

Dani Lisney

Project Worker, Central Team

Charlene McCulloch

Community Project Worker, South East Team

Leon Hamilton

Communications Worker, Core Team

Angela Ross

Organisational Development Advisor, Core Team

Fi Thomson

Community Worker, North Team

Ruth Noble

Development Worker, South East Team

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Christine Ryder

Community Worker, South East Team

Ciara

Ciara Maguire

Community Worker, West Team

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Louise Willson

Depute Chief Executive, Core Team

Ania

Ania Sandland

Community Development Advisor, Central team

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Kate Robertson

Community Development Advisor, West Team

Jill Keegan

Community Development Advisor, West Team

Anne Connor

Chief Executive

Meet the Board

Board Pat

Pat Scrutton

Pat has a background in community development and facilitates the Intergenerational National Network.

Board Donald

Donald Macaskill

Donald is the Chief Executive of Scottish Care, the membership organisation for older people care providers.

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Fraser Gilmore

Fraser is the Executive Director & Head of Scotland for Care Opinion, supporting people to share their experiences so health and care services can improve.

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We'll introduce our new board members after our 2021 AGM.

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Our team

About us

Learn more about how we work with people to build strong, inclusive communities

Reports

Reports

Our resources and reports share learning, ideas and practical tips everyone can use