FCE are governed by a Board of Management who regularly to oversee the management of the organisation. Current members are:
Andrew Barker, Chair
After 34 years of service, Andrew retired from the Police Service as Chief Constable of Fife Constabulary in March 2013. He served in a variety of roles in operational and corporate fields in Central Scotland Police and Fife Constabulary, including the role of Commander for the Open Championship, and chaired a number of multi-agency partnerships across Fife. Andrew was awarded the Queen’s Police Medal in the 2013 New Year’s Honours List.
Dave Davies, Vice Chair
Dave has over 40 years’ experience in the Scottish voluntary sector, covering project work, management and governance. He currently works as a self-employed consultant and trainer with extensive experience of equality training and auditing in the public and voluntary sectors.
John Jones, Board Member
John is currently a Director with F.I.R.S.T and Fife Day Care Services, he also sits on various joint groups across Fife and has several years’ experience as a Director/Trustee on both national and local level. He has a real commitment to and belief in equal opportunities in all aspects of life and fully supports the idea of a fairer Fife.
Lee Ryan, Board Member
Lee has over 20 years’ experience in human resources in various public sector organisations, including the Police, higher education and local authorities. Within these organisations she has worked to help shape outcomes and promote equality, diversity and inclusion. She believes FCE’s values, aims and outcomes can make a real difference to people in Fife.
Lorraine Scott, Board Member
Lorraine has over 17 years experience in the voluntary sector recruiting, supporting and training volunteers. Her expertise is supporting families with young children in the Kirkcaldy area. She was drawn to Fife Centre for Equalities as it is their mission to make make Fife a fairer, more equal and inclusive place to live and work. Her personal interest is to ensure people with a disability are treated fairly and not disadvantaged in their day to day lives.