Liz Cameron’s career spans more than 30 years and has held senior positions in the private sector where her strategic leadership and visionary focus are widely acclaimed.
Liz is a much sought after commentator on behalf of business, and recognised for her success in setting up and successfully running a number of small businesses. Her business expertise is widely utilised through a number of non-executive Directorships in Scotland and the USA. Liz currently serves as Director for WEVOLUTION, a Scottish charity promoting entrepreneurship as a route to better life chances. Liz has previously served as the Vice Chair of the Scottish National Lottery Fund.
Liz is recognised in the Scottish Business Insider’s Top 10 Women of Influence in Scotland, shortlisted as Female Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2013 Scottish Business Awards and recently awarded an OBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List 2014 for her outstanding services to business and commerce.
A graduate from the University of Strathclyde, Winnie is the Financial Controller for Scottish Chambers of Commerce and, in addition, acts as the PA to the Chief Executive. Previously, Winnie worked in the banking sector.
Winnie is fluent in Cantonese, adding an international dimension to her career portfolio. In her spare time, Winnie enjoys trying out new and different types of food and diverse cuisines and also helps to manage the family catering business.
Garry Clark is Head of Policy & Research with Scottish Chambers of Commerce. He is responsible for the co-ordination and presentation of Chamber policy, and regularly engages with both private sector and governmental bodies on a range of business issues.
Garry is a graduate of the University of Edinburgh, where he studied law, and he practised as a solicitor for five years before moving to the Scottish Parliament following devolution in 1999, where he worked as a political researcher. After six years of experience in the Parliament, Garry took up his present role with Scottish Chambers of Commerce in 2005.
Charandeep Singh graduated from the University of Strathclyde Business School in 2010. He was subsequently elected as the Vice-President of the University of Strathclyde Students’ Association and was thereafter elected as President. Administering a budget of £1.3m, Charandeep transformed the organisation into a leading voice and extended the organisation’s influence into the political and business sectors.
Charandeep is a communications, marketing and policy adviser with experience in the education and business sector. His passion is to develop and transform membership organisations to become the leading player in their sector. An effective communicator, he has an interest in embedding communications within strategic growth plans, and advises national and international organisations.
Prior to his appointment at the Scottish Chambers of Commerce, Charandeep worked at the Scottish Council for Development & Industry and with USA-based educational charity, Sikh Research Institute and also managed his own start-up providing services in marketing, social media and PR.
Charandeep also serves as the General Secretary of award-winning charity – the Glasgow Gurdwara and has previously served as founding Trustee on the National Union of Students’ Charitable Services Board (Scotland) and was recognised in the 30 Under 30 2016 List by industry leading body, PR Week UK.
Fiona joined us after a successful career with global BAE Systems, with varied roles including Senior Business Analyst & Head of Business Improvement across a range of international locations. Fiona supports SCC’s programmes including Business Mentoring, tapping into Fiona’s expertise in project delivery and stakeholder management.
Fiona holds a range of qualifications including an MSc in Manufacturing Systems Engineering from University of Warwick, BSc General Science University of Strathclyde and Association for Project Management Certification.
A graduate of Glasgow Caledonian University, Louise has worked within the Chamber Network for over 10 years and has previously held roles at Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce before moving to SCC. Louise has worked on a number of key projects over the years including the flagship Business Mentoring Programme and organising the much talked-about SCC Annual Dinner event.
Charlie has held a number of positions within SCC over the years and has spearheaded the commercialisation of a number of key projects and activities including the Business Scotland magazine, the Business Mentoring programme and SCC's Annual Dinner event.
Carol Anne supports the Business Mentoring programme and her great people skills are essential when it comes to bringing businesses and mentors together!
In her spare time, Carol Anne enjoys hillwalking.
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