Louise MacDonald and Kirsten Urquhart, Young Scot
Rich Knight, Environment Agency
Dr Pietro Micheli, Warwick Business School
Steven Revill, CEO, Urban Tide
David Waller, Benefits Lead - Interoperability
Sue Evans, Head of Human Resources and Organisational Development
Gavin MacGregor, Head of People & Transformation, North Ayrshire Council
John Seddon, Vanguard
Dr Pietro Micheli, University of Warwick
Lorna Dunipace, Glasgow Health and Social Care Partnership
Emily Martin, ACOSVO & Kathleen McLoughlin, IS
Colin Gautrey, Gautrey Group
Rebecca McDonald & Richard Morrison, East Renfrewshire Council
Andrew Magowan, Link Up Programme Manager
Colin Mair, Improvement Service
Shaw Anderson, Glasgow City Council
Charlie Anderson, Fife Council
Katie Kelly, East Ayrshire Council
David Waller, Keldale
Jane Wilkinson, Aberdeenshire Council
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