Our Directors


Tricia Ward
Tricia Ward has worked in the PR and marketing sector for nearly three decades.  Before setting up her own consultancy in 2000, Tricia held various roles with leading PR agencies and was latterly Head of the Glasgow office for Carnegie PR, a former Murray International company.Tricia advises and delivers PR and marketing strategies for a wide range of clients, from SME’s to large corporates.Tricia is the Chair for Spinal Injuries Scotland.
  Lucy McOuat
Lucy McOuat is a Digital Content Manager who graduated in 2016 with an Honours degree in Journalism.Currently employed in the third sector, she has a passion to give back where she can, in the past she has coordinated events and fundraising opportunities for other Scottish-wide charities.Lucy set up her own blog in 2019 bit.ly/Mc-What which she uses to share her thoughts but also to demonstrate to the young people that she works with that confidence doesn’t need to hold them back
Fraser Payne

With a background in Marketing and Project Management, Fraser has managed the delivery of new websites for Spinal Injuries Scotland and the residential facility, Clober Farm. Prior to working in the Education, Fraser worked in the German Higher Education system, Digital Consultancy and Enterprise Development.

Evelyn Morrison

Evelyn joined the board in December 2019. Having come into contact with spinal injuries in her capacity as a physiotherapist, she felt she could use her skills and experience to contribute to Spinal Injuries Scotland at a board level. Evelyn has enjoyed all aspect of this role to date and is excited for the future developments of this worthy charity.

   Ann Macsween
Ann has worked for 20 years in the public sector for Historic Scotland / Historic Environment Scotland and she is currently Head of Casework. Ann’s formal training is as an archaeologist and a town planner. Her personal interest in SIS comes from supporting a friend in the months after her injury.Outside of work Ann enjoys time off with family and friends, cooking, walking and travelling, and her interest in archaeology spills over from her day job into the evenings and weekends.