Meet the Team

Meet the team behind CTSI, click on team member photos to find our more about what they do and how they can support you.

Anthea Coulter

Chief Officer

Julie Haslam

Team Leader
Membership, Enterprise & Capacity Building

Colin Melville

Team Leader

Lesley Jack

Office Manager

Liz Rowlett

Health & Social Care Engagement Officer

Karen D'Arcy-Kernan

Administration Assistant

Brian Weaver

IT & Employability Trainer

Fraser Kennedy

Finance Officer

Christopher White

Volunteer Development Assistant

Eilidh Nimmo

Digital Communications Officer

Romany Purvis


Kirsteen McGinn

Office Support Assistant

Our Board

CTSI aims to have a diverse Board of Trustees that are representative of our membership and the work that we aim to carry out in Clackmannanshire including supporting community groups and charities, championing volunteering and encouraging social enterprise. The Board can have up to twelve members including a maximum of three co-opted members. Please find the link to our Articles of Association Final here.

Val is a Trustee of Community House in Alloa for over 12 years and is a founder Trustee of The Gate Charity in Alloa, where she continues as Secretary. 

Nick Morris a Scout Leader, being District Explorer Scout Commissioner for Stirling and Trossachs Scout District. He is Secretary for The Wee County Men’s Shed and the Scottish Episcopal Church’s Statutory Representative on Stirling Education Committee.  

Graham is a Board Member and Trustee of AGE Scotland and is the current Chairman of AGE Scotland’s Membership Steering Committee. He is also Chair of Clacks Community Transport Association. A member of Clacks Older Adults’ Forum, Forth Valley Men’s Shed, Stroke and Dementia Groups in the community. He is AGE Scotland Regional Ambassador for the last three years. 

Karen is new to the board and is currently Fundraising Manager at Scottish Autism.  She brings a wealth of experience working for a national charity. 

Eman was been a volunteer or working with CSREC for over six years. She has had a health role with a particular focus on dementia and is now the operational manager for Central Scotland Racial and Equality Council (CSREC), the charity which works across Forth Valley promoting the equality agenda.

Margaret is Strategic Engagement Manager at Volunteer Scotland which allows her to work with various partners/stakeholders from Scottish Government, Local Authorities, Third Sector Interfaces and other public service bodies.