About the Directors

All members of Horshader residing in South Shawbost, Dalbeag and Dalmore are entitled and actively encouraged to stand for election at our Annual General Meeting.

The minimum number of directors at any one time is four, with a maximum of eight. No more than two of these can be from Dalmore/Dalbeag, with no more than six from South Shawbost. The directors are elected by Horshader members at the AGM and are subject to retirement by rotation, after which time they are entitled to stand for re-election. All directors have to be proposed and seconded by an ordinary member of the Company who is not a relative or family member.

Any individual wishing to stand for election can download and complete the form below or request a paper copy from the Horshader Office.

Nominations for Director Appointment >>
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Fiona Jefferson (Director)

Born in West Sussex, Fiona moved to Dundee when she was 21 and spent 10 years there.  Fiona trained as a hairdresser and had since worked as a manager of a hair and beauty wholesaler.  Moving to the island in 2014, Fiona is now working for CNES at Sgoil an Taobh Siar as well as looking after a young family. She has volunteered at island community groups in Stornoway and on the Westside, and enjoys being involved in community activities.

Innes Harrison (Director)

Innes and his family moved to South Shawbost in 2019 after previously living in Benside, Newmarket. Together with his wife and family they started a small family orientated Candle Business, which is located in Ionad Na Seann Sgoil. This being a big change from building various large vessels in Asian shipyards and working at sea spanning 30 years. He enjoys the challenges of being involved as Director together with the others on the Horshader Board.

Carole Miller (Director)

 

Carole has lived in the Horshader area since 2016, having moved here with her husband. Being a music conservatoire graduate, her career has been mainly performing and teaching but also examining and adjudicating with Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Trinity Exam Services and the British Federation of Music Festival competitions as well as Provincial and National Mòds. Carole is passionate about sharing her knowledge and is involved in many musical projects both locally and nationally having recently been an active researcher on a national project compiling a mental health toolkit to help with inclusivity in singing groups. (She has a Masters in Applied Psychology)

Donald Murray (Director)

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