Dr Ken Logue, Chair of the Dementia Services Development Trust, has worked for nearly 30 years in community development, adult education, philanthropy and reconciliation and peace building programmes and programmes on ageing. He has held a variety of senior voluntary positions in the third sector in Northern Ireland and Scotland. He was the founding chair of the European Foundations Initiative on Dementia.
Dr Peter Murdoch FRCP (Edin & Glasg). Trustee since 1988 (Convener 1997-2003). Consultant Physician NHS Forth Valley 1983-2014 and formerly Executive Director NHS Forth Valley. Chair Scottish Branch British Geriatrics Society 2001-3. Sometime member of national working parties on Dementia, Care Standards and Services for Older People.
Cesar is consultant in Old Age Psychiatry and Associate Medical Director for Older People's Services with a special interest in dementia care and service improvement.
Kevin McGeever has collaborated, created and delivered team development and leadership programmes and executive leadership programmes for international companies including the BBC, Ernst & Young, British Airways and Reed-Elsevier, and provides coaching to senior executives.
Minister of the Church of Scotland, Presbytery Clerk of St Andrews. Formerly lecturer in St Andrews University and Perth, Western Australia, and administrator in Edinburgh. He has written several books on preaching, worship and pastoral care issues in relation to the process of grief and death. He has undertaken the Design for Dementia course at the Iris Murdoch Centre and has written a short guide for churches who wish to become dementia and older person friendly and inclusive.
Bruce Wood is the head of the Asset and Invoice Finance team of the banking and Finance division of Morton Fraser solicitors. He is the Queen's Solicitor in Scotland and was recognised in the 2016 Birthday Honours list.
Lorrie Secrest Osman has over 30 years experience in communications at the most senior levels of government and the private sector. She is known for leading and building successful results-oriented teams. She has a degree in journalism from the Ohio State University and earlier in her career worked in the radio, television and newspaper media. She has several relatives who ultimately died of dementia. She is American and lives with her British husband in Berwickshire.