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Scott Glynn MBE-Honorary Chair
Scott lived his life with one goal and that was to help others. This was achieved not only by fundraising money but with a hand of friendship or taking the time to talk to people no matter who they were or where they came from. It was a talent that seen him loved by everyone he met with through his life. Scott’s ethos in life was, believe in yourself and never ever give up. The Foundation will continue his work through family, the Board members but above all every individual who as one are ‘the Scotter ‘s family’.
Colin McGinn-Vice Chair
Colin, a lifelong ‘Belter’ has been a community activist for many years, he is a Social Worker and for the past three years has been elected as a Councillor to East Lothian Council.As Vice Chair on the board Colins goals are very simple, to continue the work we started at the beginning of WWS and to ensure Scott’s aims and dream for his Foundation are realised for years to come.
Karen was born & bred in Cockenzie & Port Seton. She lives with her husband Gordon, daughters Abbie & Mary and their black lab Eddy. Fundraising has been a huge part of Karen’s life starting when she was at primary school. Personally raising over £150k for various charities before taking part in the first Walk with Scott. Karen is very proud to have walked every step of each Walk and to be the Secretary of the wonderful Walk with Scott Foundation.
Alan grew up and lives in the countryside near Dunbar. He is often seen walking around random places in East Lothian. He’s involved in a variety of charities and communities. His passions lie with children’s rights, rugby and raising awareness of blood cancer and spinal strokes. He is honored to be a trustee of an organisation he loves
Blair is born and bred in Musselburgh and lives there with his wife Lynda, daughters Isla and Morven, son Innes and Cooper the cockapoo. Blair enjoyed a long rugby career with his beloved Musselburgh RFC and remains actively involved with the club. He was a member of the Board of Musselburgh Riding of the Marches 2016 and tries to remain heavily involved in community issues in Musselburgh and East Lothian. Blair initially joined WWSF as an ambassador in 2017 before joining the Board in 2019.
Gareth was born and grew up in Tranent. Together with his wife Heather they welcomed their new daughter Emily in November 2019. Settling well into parenthood along with their two dogs, Lola and Honey . Gareth followed his dad’s passion for rugby and together they were very much part of Ross High Rugby Club community on and off the park. Gareth has always supported the Foundation, but he has always strived to find his own way to give back something to help others to.It was this goal that seen him successfully donate his stem cells in 2018, this donation seen him miss his honeymoon but resulted in the stem cells donation successfully save another’s life. Gareth will continue to work along with the board to ensure the continued success of the Walk With Scott Foundation.