The Caithness Partnership constitution demands that its directors are drawn from the business, voluntary and agency sector (Highland Council). In addition, the Partners have the ability to select one director who will provide an independent view.
Mr Green served as a councillor for over twenty years and is currently chairperson of his local community council. He is also a member of the Association of Caithness Community Councils.
Cllr Fernie is the Chairperson for the Highland Council Education, Culture and Sport Committee. He has a broad experience of staff management, previously as manager of the Wick Inland Revenue Office. He has been actively involved in numerous community initiatives and also manages the award winning community website caithness.org.
Mr Swanson has been involved in numerous community initiatives and as a farmer, has experience of staff management and also working with contractors.
Mrs Gunn serves on a number of voluntary committees and has had a key input into the delivery of a number of initiatives such as, Caithness Voluntary Group and Staxigoe Village Hall.
Trudy Morris is Chief Executive of the Caithness Chamber of Commerce. She has extensive experience at both management and board level in the marine and print industries in international, corporate and owner managed business environments. She has also been a trustee for a woman's aid charity. As CEO of the Chamber she sits on all major stakeholder groups within Caithness.
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