Lorna MacIntyre joined the board of Braveheart in February 2016. She is interested in supporting Braveheart as she has a keen interest in health promotion and volunteering. Lorna currently works for The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow where she is Director of HR and Volunteer Services. Lorna has been with the Hospice for over 13 years and through that time have gained and developed many skills which she hopes will benefit Braveheart. Lorna also has a post graduate diploma in Human Resource Management from the Glasgow Caledonian University. She enjoys being in the outdoors particularly with her 2 west highland terriers and loves spending time with family and friends. Lorna is looking forward to working with Braveheart to develop our services for the benefit of all those involved.”
Charlie joined the Board of Braveheart in 2017 . He enjoyed a career spanning 33 years in the Local Authority Fire Service. The majority of his career was spent serving throughout the Falkirk District working in both Boness and Falkirk fire Stations as well as in the Brigade’s Headquarters at Maddiston. The last 5 years of his career was spent in the role of Assistant Divisional Officer in charge of the Fire station in Falkirk, retiring in 2005 from the then Central Scotland Fire and Rescue Service. Since his retirement he has been actively involved in Braveheart as a Walk Leader. As well as walking with Braveheart he also enjoys the outdoor life being a keen walker, combining this with his other interests of photography and caravanning. Additionally he is also a keen gardener and also has an allotment.
Jamie joined the Board in 2018 having been a walking leader for Braveheart. Since moving back to Scotland some years ago, Jamie has been able to combine his skills as an outdoor instructor, having lead people of all ages and abilities into the hills of Britain, with his drive to try to improve peoples lives through walking and being with like minded individuals. Braveheart has given Jamie the perfect opportunity to do just this and he hope’s to be able to make a difference. Jamie has worked in the construction industry for 30 years and has lead and managed teams around the world and has enjoyed the privileges and challenges of working within diverse cultures on some of the most Iconic buildings and projects across many continents.