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Our board of directors has 14 members. Their role is to work with and provide support to our Chief Executive. They all have a keen interest in epilepsy and are on hand to offer a wide range of skills and experience to Epilepsy Scotland.
Many of our board members are medical professionals. These have included a lead consultant in paediatric neuropsychology and clinical psychologist, a consultant neurologist and Professor of Neurology, and a consultant chartered psychologist. Other professionals who have been represented on the board include a retired teacher and head teacher, architect, solicitor and a public relations consultant.
The board of directors regularly meet with the Chief Executive. At these meetings, they are kept up to date with the work of Epilepsy Scotland. They also use their expertise to help govern the organisation. The board of directors help to maintain a high quality of work, and take the lead in approving innovative new services. Their advice and support also extends to members of staff. For example, they regularly review and comment on draft information guides.
If you want to find out more about our board of directors and how they support Epilepsy Scotland, please contact us on 0141-427 4911 or email email@example.com.