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Policy Committee

Prosper’s Policy Committee is a constitutionally bound part of the organisation, comprising 45 members. It is the deliberative body established to advise the Board on policy priorities and work with the team and membership to generate positions of influence. Members of the Board are also members of the Policy Committee.

Nominated by Corporate Members

Alan Gilkison, Ryden LLP

Damien Henderson, Avanti West Coast

David Shaw, Shell U.K. Limited

Duncan Osler, Morton Fraser MacRoberts LLP

Gareth Fairweather, Ove Arup & Partners International Limited

Graeme Dodds, Jacobs UK Ltd

Hazel Gulliver, ScottishPower

Ian Smith, Diageo Scotland

James Park, Salmon Scotland Ltd

Jon Oakey, Port of Aberdeen

Stephen Christie, bp p.l.c

Stephen Sheal, Net Zero Technology Centre

Susan Love, ACCA Scotland

Nominated by The General Council of the Scottish Trades Union Congress

Rozanne Foyer, STUC

Nominated by Other Organisations

Alan Burns, City Building LLP

Alan Thomson, Scottish Water

Alastair Ross, Association of British Insurers

Andy Williams, 56 Degrees North

Anthony Allison, Wheatley Group

Cat Hay, Food and Drink Federation Scotland

David Lonsdale, Scottish Retail Consortium

Euan Leitch, SURF – Scotland’s Regeneration Forum

Gael Drummond, Firstport for Social Entrepreneurs

Hamish Trench, Scottish Land Commission

Ian Ritchie CBE, Coppertop

James Prentice, Skills Development Scotland

Karen Jackson, South of Scotland Enterprise

Kirsten Hogg, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

Martin Johnson, Highlands & Islands Enterprise

Mike Wedderspoon, The Scottish National Investment Bank

Paul Bradley, University of Glasgow

Paul Lawrence, City of Edinburgh Council

Shona Struthers, Colleges Scotland

Susan Moore, Scottish Enterprise

Susanne Cameron-Nielsen, The Scotch Whisky Association

Victoria Carson, The Wise Group


Karen Halford, The Scottish Government

Kris Krasnowski, UK Government

William Dowson, Bank of England

Secretary to the Policy Committee

Gareth Williams, Prosper