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Volunteer Readers and Ambassadors

Paul Coia

Paul Coia

Patron

Broadcaster, Journalist, executive coach in Presentation and Media Skills.









Iona Lister

Iona Lister

Readers Director and Non Executive Director

Part-time online tutor. (Subjects - Mediation, Counselling Skills, Mental Health.) Part-time research grant reviewer, Parkinson’s UK. Part time cancer coach, Macmillan Cancer Support

Ian McKinna

Ian McKinna

Listener Director

I am a service user and understand from a personal experience the difficulties face by the visually impaired. I would like to ensure that the work done by the Cue and Review is continued and developed for others in the future.

Gordon Stevenson

Gordon Stevenson

Honorary President

Over 30 years commercial media experience and a champion of audio for the visually impaired. Involved in digital strategy leadership in 1st and 3rd sectors.







Iain G McKenna

Iain G McKenna

Production Director

Iain is a part time member of our team working as a Studio Assistant, he therefore fully understands the recording process and is ideally placed to put forward ideas around how the service should develop

Robert McNicol

Robert McNicol

Listener Director

Being visually impaired myself, I know and understand 1st hand the problems and difficulties people with disabilities encounter. I have a big interest in the Alexa skills, as my home is controlled by her. I hope my knowledge, experience with people, service user skills, may be of some use to Cue and Review.

Eileen Thomson

Eileen Thomson

Chair

Eileen has experience as NED for a large University as well as extensive experience across the public sector Leading on innovative HR, Change & Transformation. Taking an enabling approach to get the best from herself & colleagues.

Alastair McPhee

Alastair McPhee

Managing Editor

The charity was founded by 6th-year pupil of Bishopbriggs High School Alastair McPhee in 1982. Alastair remains the Managing Editor of the service and Managing Director of the enterprise arm, Deanwood Ltd.

Margaret Wilkie

Margaret Wilkie

Listener Director

Joint Chair of East Dunbartonshire Visually Impaired Persons Forum

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