Who is who at Glasgow City Mission
We have 25 full and part-time staff. Each has a passion for people and big hearts for Glasgow. We also have over 200 amazing volunteers who dedicate their time and skills to supporting our work. Read our ethos - the reason why we do what we do.
Shaw Anderson, Chairman of the Board
The charity is led by a board of eight Directors and this is headed by Shaw who has a senior role within Glasgow City Council.
Carol-Ann Frame, Director of Finance
Carol-Ann is also the Director of Finance and manages our finance including Management Accounts and payroll. She joined Glasgow City Mission in 1993 and is one of the longest serving members of staff. She is also Company Secretary.
Phil Wray, Head of Projects
Phil recently joined Glasgow City Mission in a new role as Head of Projects. He will be working to bring increased capacity to develop our existing projects plus help launch new services, as we continue to grow and reach more people in need, more effectively.
Ewan Clydesdale, City Centre Project Manager
The City Centre Project is managed by Ewan who has worked with the charity since the 1990s. Ewan has a real passion for the people of Glasgow and the city itself.
Anne Scott, Child and Family Centre Manager
Anne manages our Child and Family Centre in Govan. In fact, she was one of the founding members of the project and has worked there since 1986. Anne grew up in Govan and is a well-known face in the community.
Joy Andrew, Marketing & Fundraising Officer
Joy spends her time communicating with supporters about the work of Glasgow City Mission and is available to talk to about all things fundraising.
Susan Robertson, Operations Manager
Susan ensures each of Glasgow City Mission's projects functions smoothly. Her role includes managing our buildings, office administration team, vehicles, IT, health and safety and data protection.
Heath Reynoldson, Volunteer Co-ordinator
Heath ensures that guests across our projects receive the best service from our army of volunteers and that the volunteering experience at Glasgow City Mission is second to none.
Lorna McIntosh, Glasgow Winter Night Shelter Manager
Lorna manages the Glasgow Winter Night Shelter and ensures a safe place for vulnerable people to sleep and co-ordinates the support from partner organisations to help people move forwards.