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Meet the Board
Albert Henderson is the current Chair having joined the Board of River Clyde Homes in April 2014, just a month after retiring from his post as Corporate Director of Education, Communities and Human Resources. Albert has spent 42 years working in the field of education; the last twenty of them in Inverclyde. He was appointed as head teacher of Notre Dame High School in 1996 before moving to become Head of Schools with Inverclyde Council and subsequently to the position of Corporate Director, a post he held for five years before retirement.
Jillian Moffat is the current Vice-Chair of the Board. Jillian is a business professional with specialist expertise in organisational development, human resource management, strategy and business planning and change management. Having spent 18 years in Scottish Enterprise in various business development, inward investment, training and strategic relationship management roles, Jillian is currently Head of Open Innovation, in the Innovation and Enterprise Directorate. Jillian is a member of Chartered Institute Personnel Development and IoD and has just recently completed her term of office as a Non Executive Director of EDAS. She has held previous Board appointments within the further education and social enterprise sectors.
Elizabeth Grant is active in the local community and has, over the last 30 years, been a leader in the Girls' Brigade, and Boys' Brigade. Elizabeth is a Tenant Board Member and joined the Board in 2012.
Craig McGinn is a qualified solicitor and currently heads the legal department of Scottish registered energy services company. He was previously a Partner in an international law firm specialising in dealing with companies raising finance, including housing associations. He attended high school in Inverclyde and after living in Edinburgh for a number of years has now lived in Inverclyde for over ten years. Craig joined the Board in 2014.
Jenny Speck is a River Clyde Homes tenant and has lived in the Broomhill area of Greenock for the last 11 years. Now retired, she worked as a technician at National Semiconductor (Texas Instruments) for 18 years. Jenny is very active in her community on a voluntary basis and has chaired the Broomhill Tenants and Residents Association for eight years. Previously, Jenny was Chair of Wellington Allotments for 13 years and chaired the Inverclyde Child Befrienders for six years. In 2016 she was awarded the Tenant/Resident of the Year Award by the Tenant Participation Advisory Service Scotland in recognition of her outstanding work within the Greenock community and beyond.
Marilyn Beveridge joined the Board of Riverclyde Homes in 2016 after gaining 25 years housing experience before retiring in April 2015. She was Head of Housing Services at Southside Housing Association and her role included the management of the Housing Management, Maintenance, Factoring and Welfare Rights departments.
Marilyn is the current Chairperson of a Women's Aid group specifically aimed at women from the BME community who are fleeing domestic abuse or forced marriages
Graeme Brooks joined the board of River Clyde Homes in May 2017, by appointment from Inverclyde Council; having been newly elected as a Councillor by his constituents of Inverclyde North. Graeme has spent 24 years working for a Christian Youth Work charity, 16 years as Inverclyde’s youth worker and 8 years as their Scottish Director. He started his working days as a Mechanical Engineer at John G./Kvaerner Kincaid’s in Greenock, and lives with this wife and adult children in Inverclyde
Tom Ferrier is a lawyer and a partner with a leading international law firm. He has over 25 years’ experience advising on a wide variety of commercial property transactions across Scotland. Tom is a resident of Inverclyde and joined the Board in 2017
Sheila Adamson has been working in housing and community development for over 30 years. Her key posts include being the first Director of the first TPAS (Scotland), Member Services Manager for the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations, Deputy Chief Executive of TPAS England and a freelance consultant since 2000. She delivers a wide range of work from community development to strategic management and Audit Commission inspections including developing service improvement plans; building and implementing resident empowerment structures / strategies; strengthening governance, independent health checks on resident empowerment; inspection preparation and follow up; and training for landlords, voluntary and government agencies. Sheila was previously an Affiliate Housing Inspector with the Audit Commission and has been involved in mock inspections in over 20 landlords with the Housing Quality Network.