Frank Fletcher, Chair
Frank has been the CEO of the Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust since November 2005. The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust takes young people aged between 8-24 sailing to help them regain their confidence, on their way to recovery from Cancer and Leukaemia. He is passionate about the Trust and since 2005 has overseen a period of expansion since he joined. Frank has been involved in working with young people in the outdoors for the majority of his working life.
Douglas is the finance director of the charity Missing People, and is a chartered accountant and graduate of the University of Glasgow. He is formerly the finance director of Black & Edgington, and Group Company Secretary of SkyePharma PLC. Douglas was named by ICSA as Company Secretary of the Year 2011 for the not for profit sector.
Ian Dommett runs his own marketing communications consultancy and has over 25 years of experience in advertising, PR, design and digital communications, winning numerous effectiveness and creative awards for clients as diverse as the Army and VisitScotland. Ian is keen to help enhance the public perception of charities working with the Trust.
Adam recently retired after a career of nearly 50 years in agriculture and land management. In 2001 Adam joined the Woodland Trust to manage their 4800ha Estate at Glen Finglas near Callander. Glen Finglas was 1 of 1200 sites, but comprised nearly 25% of the Woodland Trust's entire UK holding. In his spare time Adam is involved in the Rotary movement is a Community Councillor and takes part in RICS assessment panels.
Andrew worked for 18 years as Communications and Development Manager at the Woodland Trust Scotland, with particular interest in ancient trees, deer, creating and protecting native woodland, forestry policy and project management. Since January 2015 Andrew has been working on a self-employed basis as an Environmental Consultant.
Rob is currently Chief Executive of the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, now the third Wildlife Trust Rob has led after working as Chief Executive at Hampshire and the Isle of Wight and also Sheffield. Aside from management work, Rob remains passionately interested in peatland conservation, marine wildlife conservation, as well as urban nature conservation and, in particular, how nature conservation can improve the quality of life for disadvantaged communities.