The role of the Saltire Society's Council is to agree on the overall strategy of the running of the Society and to approve reports and recommendations received from its Committees and Panels.

Council Members 2020

Convener      John Scott Moncrieff
 Vice Convener   Dolina MacLennan
Treasurer   David Ogilive
 Elected Member   Nevile Singh
 Elected Member   Jenny Lindsay
Elected Member   Susan Garnsworthy
Elected Member   Laura Scott
Branch Rep   Professor Alexander Broadie
Branch Rep   Dr Andrew Lendrum
Branch Rep   Jim Miller
Branch Rep   Professor Ian Russell
Branch Rep   John Yellowlees
     

 

 

 

 

Members are elected to Council for a three-year term of office but may be elected for a further three years. No member may serve more than nine consecutive years on the Council. The above dates show when members were elected to their present position on Council and when they are either due to be re-elected or to stand down.

Council has the power to co-opt up to three additional members who shall serve until the next Annual General Meeting. Members are elected to Council for a three-year term of office but may be elected for a further three years. No member may serve more than nine consecutive years on the Council

 

Executive Board

Established in 2013 as one of the recommendations of the Cullen Review. 

Members

Convener John Scott Moncrieff  
Vice Convener Dolina Maclennan  
Member Barbara McLean  
Member Carl MacDougall  

 

Draft Terms of Reference

  1. To oversee all aspects of the Society’s finances including the preparation of annual accounts and to advise Council and Executive Board as appropriate
  2. To make recommendations to Council regarding the appointment of auditors
  3. To establish and monitor the Society’s financial strategy including the development of the Saltire Endowment Trust
  4. To monitor the performance of the Society’s investment and other assets including buildings and intellectual property to make recommendations on future action
  5. To monitor the financial affairs of the Society’s branches

 

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