Board of Management
Frontline Fife are governed by a Board of Management who meet each month to oversee the management of the organisation.
Chair - Morag Coleman
Morag took on the role of Chair for Frontline Fife at the 2017 AGM on 13th November 2017.
Morag is Manager of Families First St Andrews (based in the Third Sector), which provides services to children and their families living in North East Fife. She has had many years’ experience working with Third Sector agencies in a paid and unpaid capacity. She has extensive knowledge and experience of management and leadership, change management, training and development and fundraising.
Morag’s favourite hobby is to go camping in the Highlands.
Board Member - Joe Doherty
Joe is an emeritus professor at the University of St Andrews. Until his retirement he was a teacher and researcher in urban and political geography at the University. From 1990 until 2009, Joe was Director of the St Andrews Centre for Housing Research and, from 1998 to 2008, a Co-ordinator of the European Observatory on Homelessness - the research arm of FEANTSA (European Federation of National Organisations working with the Homeless). His previous direct experience of the voluntary sector was a member of the Management Committee of Gleghorn Housing Association (now Home Scotland, Dundee). Joe was the Chair of Frontline Fife from 2015 to 2016 and has since remained on the Board as a member.
Board Member - Elisabeth Cranfield
Elisabeth has been the Minister of Methilhill & Denbeath Parish Church of Scotland since the union of the congregations in 2007. Before this, she was the Minister of Denbeath Parish Church. She has been on the Board of Frontline Fife since its formation, formerly she was on the Board of Levenmouth Homeless Trust. Elisabeth believes it is important to be actively involved in campaigns for justice.
Elisabeth loves walking and travelling and enjoys going to the theatre and cinema.
Board Member - Gus Rodger
Gus has worked in Social Work for nearly 30 years. His last post prior to retirement was Planning and Performance Officer (Children & Families and Criminal Justice) for Fife Council's Social Work Dept. Gus has operational management experience in dealing with drugs treatment and had a secondment to Scottish Justice Department working on new practice initiatives and Criminal justice Services accreditation.
Board Member - Debbie Murray
Debbie has been working in the field of Immunology for 30 years. She has extensive knowledge and experience in managing projects, working within the confines of external regulatory systems and staff training & development. Debbie has previously volunteered for women’s refuges, soup kitchens and care home visits.
Board Member - Rebecca Hyndman
Rebecca currently works as an Assistant Psychologist for the Anorexia Nervosa Intensive Treatment Team, NHS Fife. Prior to this Rebecca worked for Frontline Fife as a Recovery Link Officer and has previous experience working with young offenders and clients with drug and alcohol addictions.
Rebecca enjoys reading, music, small DIY projects and playing golf in the sun.