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Kirsty Connell-Skinner

Sustainable Construction Partnerships Manager, Edinburgh Napier University

Kirsty has worked as a fundraiser in a variety of organisations, including the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh and the Peter de Haan Charitable Trust. She was a Trustee at Gorgie City Farm and spearheaded their successful crowdfunding campaign to save the Farm from closure in 2016. Kirsty’s experience of working in University fundraising and with major donors benefits the Panel, alongside her past involvement in the sector as a Trustee.

Zoë Barbour

Trusts & Grants Manager, Royal National Lifeboat Institution

Zoë has worked as a professional fundraiser for a variety of causes since 2012. Her voluntary sector roles have covered various forms of fundraising including trusts and statutory, community, corporate, events, individual giving and legacies. She currently works as a Trusts & Grants Manager for the RNLI.

Lesley Boyd

Pitch Perfect Ltd & Affiliate Consultant, Marts & Lundy UK

Lesley has enjoyed over fifteen years in fundraising with a strong focus on principal, major, corporate and legacy giving and on helping charities and their boards be the best that they can. Lesley is Director of Pitch Perfect, Ltd and an Affiliate Consultant with Marts & Lundy UK, providing management, consultancy and leadership coaching services primarily to the cultural and education sectors. Lesley’s eclectic career has included music performance, arts management and production.

Suzanne Chaudhry

Head Of Marketing and Business Development, Anderson Strathern 

A senior marketing and Business Development specialist with over 25 years’ experience, Suzanne has predominantly worked in the professional services sector with legal and accountancy firms. As a member of strategic and operational boards she has led the design and implementation of firm growth  strategies as well as having responsibility for internal and external  communications and improving performance in Business Development processes.

Morna Black

Research Manager, Development & Alumni, University of Glasgow

Morna has worked in development research for over 20 years. She has diverse experience on a wide range of philanthropic projects including capital campaigns, major gifts, research analytics and in strategic research management. She is currently a member of CASE Europe UK & Ireland Cabinet and has recently been a contributing writer and editor of the Institute of Fundraising’s ‘Researchers in Fundraising: Best Practice Guide and Handbook for Prospect Research’.

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Scottish Fundraising Adjudication Panel
c/o The Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR)
2nd Floor Quadrant House, 9 Riverside Drive
Dundee DD1 4NY
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