Meet the team behind CTSI, click on team member photos to find our more about what they do and how they can support you.
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.
After training as a chartered accountant in London, David joined PWC and worked in various offices around the world. David moved to Scotland in 1993 and had a lengthy career with NHS Tayside. He now enjoys semi-retirement, working for Kingdom Housing Association part time. David also has charity experience, having worked for a period with Corra Foundation and has been treasurer of Town Break SCIO for the past six years and has served as an independent director of the Scottish Fencing sports body for seven years. David joins the board as a member organisation trustee.
Elizabeth is well known to many of you as the current IJB rep for carers. She has been on the IJB for six years and comes with significant experience of the Clackmannanshire and Stirling Health and Social Partnership. Elizabeth is passionate about the care of people with dementia and establishment of dementia-friendly communities. She is very aware of the massive contribution made by unpaid carers of all ages and the impact that their caring role can have so tries to remind people that they exist. Elizabeth is also one of the Clackmannanshire Tapestries volunteers.
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.
Jean Hamilton is the Chair of Clackmannanshire Economic Regeneration Trust (CERT) which is a new charity established in 2023. CERT was the operational lead for Pre-employability in Clackmannanshire and worked in partnership CTSI to deliver the consortium programme. CERT now in partnership with Clacks Works and deliver Positive Moves and Mutiply, the numeracy training service locally.
Kenny is the Chair of Forth Valley Men’s Shed and a director of Alloa Hub Limited.
Fraser has been involved in the scout movement locally over a number of years and has just returned to Clackmannanshire after completing his degree.