Fiona MacLeod, Past Chair
Fiona is our immediate past Chair and now a roving awareness raiser and friend. As a senior executive with 22 years international energy sector experience, Fiona sat on over 20 JV and Corporate Boards across some 20 countries. Here she was able to apply her significant marketing, commercial and business transformational experience from a non-executive perspective. Fiona also directly led operational, strategic and marketing businesses in the UK, Europe, New Zealand, USA, Japan, Mexico and Venezuela. Her businesses were regularly in the $1 billion plus turnover range.
Fiona then set up her own company where she is now applying her leadership experience with senior leaders and their teams in both the not-for-profit and commercial sectors. Her international clients include Qantas, Australian Government, Boston Consulting Group and Our Community.
Fiona is a Non-Executive Director of SThree plc, CYBG and Denholm Oilfield Services.
Kate works at the UBS Wealth Management office in Edinburgh, assisting a growing number of sophisticated clients with their personal wealth management requirements. Kate has worked for UBS Wealth Management since 2006 after moving over from UBS Investment bank. Kate holds a First Class Honours Business Management and Psychology degree from Aston Business School and enjoys all outdoor pursuits including; climbing, mountaineering, riding, skiing and also netball.
Kay Feegan has a background in health care and worked for over 30 years in the NHS. Qualifying as a Speech and Language Therapist, she worked first in Glasgow and then in Ayrshire. Until her retirement from the NHS in 2010, she was Manager of the Speech and Language Therapy Service in NHS Ayrshire and Arran and in this capacity had close working relationships with voluntary organisations and charities operating within the health care sector.
Kay was Scottish Councillor on the Board of Trustees of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists in London for over five years, and is currently a Director of two charities in Ayrshire – The May Lockhart Trust and Friends of Portencross Castle. She is on the Scottish Council of ‘Parkinson’s UK’.