Our Chair David Campbell is the managing director of Campbell & Co Edinburgh. He is also an artist as well as practicing Buddhist with a strong passion for philanthropy. He lives in Edinburgh with his wife Carolyn Challen and family.
Kate has 25 years of experience in criminal justice globally, focusing on the expenditure of resources in Corporate Social Responsibility within the Criminal Justice and Mental Health arenas. She is a specialist in forming partnerships and developing social projects and in enabling efficient use of resources to promote viable and functioning third sector organisations within the criminal justice and mental health sectors.
Christina is a qualified government lawyer. She has also worked as teacher, science educator and manager in the post-16 sector, supporting students in their transition from school to tertiary learning. Based in Edinburgh she also works as a freelance editor, mentor, qualified fitness trainer and coach.
Ambassador, Chair of C4C between 2015-2018
Sheriff David Mackie has been a Judge in Scotland for 12 years. David was the Chair of Chance for Chance between 2012-2018 and continues to be a passionate supporter of Chance for Chance as an ambassador. He passionately believes in and promotes the redemptive qualities of young people who have a desire to change their lives.
Ambassador, Chair of C4C between 2011-2015
Lisa Choegyal is the New Zealand Honorary Consul to Nepal. She is a specialist in planning, developing, operating and marketing sustainable tourism. Lisa worked for 25 years with the Tiger Mountain group, specialising in adventure and village tourism in Nepal. She is a writer, photographer and editor.
Kul Chandra Gautam is a distinguished international civil servant, public policy expert and peace advocate. Recently appointed as a “Global Leader in Education” and previously Deputy Executive Director of UNICEF and Assistant Secretary-General of the UN, Mr Gautam has experience in international diplomacy, education and humanitarian assistance.
Chris Bonnington is one of the most successful expedition leaders in the history of mountaineering and has established a reputation as an outstanding motivational speaker for young people and businesses. He was honoured with the Founder’s Medal of The Royal Geographical Society in 1974, CBE in 1976 and a Knighthood in 1996