Digital Xtra Fund’s Board of Trustees is responsible for the strategic management of the charity.
The Board meets at least six times a year and is appointed by its members. All Digital Xtra Fund trustee positions are voluntary.
Ian Ritchie CBE is Chairman of iomart Group plc. Computer Application Services Ltd., Krotos, Cogbooks, and a non-executive director of RedFox Media. He is also Chairman of Our Dynamic Earth, the Edinburgh Science Centre. Ian is also a trustee of the David Hume Institute, a trustee of the Saltire Foundation, and a board member of the National Theatre of Scotland., he is a past President of the British Computer Society and former Vice-President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
David McNeill is the Digital Director for Scottish Council of Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) who he joined from Young Scot where he had been Partnerships & Innovation Director (Depute Chief Executive). Previously, David was a Senior Consultant with Rocket Science UK. David is currently a Trustee of the Voluntary Action Fund and Recharge, a youth work project in East Lothian.
Paul Zealey is the Skills Planning Lead at Skills Development Scotland and director at Paul Zealey Ltd working with cities, festivals and major events. Paul is also a Non Exec Director of the Scottish Youth Theatre and was previously Chair of Glasgow Film, Projects Director at Scottish Enterprise, Head of Engagement & Legacy at Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and Scotland committee member for Big Lottery Fund.
Abby Sturrock is a Service Delivery Manager with Fujitsu and is the Scotland lead for Fujitsu’s Responsible Business programme which covers a wide range of community involvement activities, including charity partners, school engagement, diversity and inclusion, environmental agendas, and health and well being.
Lisa Imlach is Principle Corporate Communications Manager at Skyscanner, where she leads the travel search engine’s corporate communications globally. In addition to this role, Lisa worked to overhaul Skyscanner’s charitable giving strategy across 11 offices, which now largely focusses on technology education projects for young people and those under-represented in the technology sector.
Gina Wilson is Head of Innovation and Partnerships for education skills agency College Development Network, who she joined from the Carnegie UK Trust where she led on digital inclusion initiatives for young people. Previously, Gina worked across the third sector in programme development, grant giving and public affairs. Gina is currently a member of the Children’s Panel in Edinburgh.
Kraig Brown joined Digital Xtra Fund from Edinburgh Science where he successfully fundraised for the annual Science Festival as well as Primary and Secondary School STEM outreach programmes. He has a background in both the private and third sector working for a wide range of organisations from SME’s to multi-nationals.