Anne Reid

Anne was a founding trustee of Go! Youth Trust and become Chairperson in 2016.  She describes herself as ‘young at heart’ and is passionate about enabling young people and families to reach their full potential!

Previous experience of voluntary work for local charities and also the Children’s panel gave Anne the desire to study Community Development at Moray House.

Working with young people and families in different settings including youth groups, literacy groups and support groups was Anne’s background before commencing her current post as a Lecturer at the local college.

Ross Clark

Ross has been involved with the trust since its inception first as a volunteer youth worker and then as a trustee.

Ross received a 1st Class Honours Degree in Community Education from the University of Strathclyde in 2012. He led the youth project RoomSixty in Ayr for many years before moving to Fintry Parish Church in Dundee to take up the role of Mission and Discipleship Coordinator.

Jill McGrath

Jill is the Chief Executive Officer of Perth and District YMCA.  She began her career in the Third Sector in 1994 and since then has gained extensive experience in a variety of sectors encompassing addiction, disability, youth justice, social enterprise and employment. 

Jill co- developed and secured the first Social Impact Bond in Scotland through The Department for Work and Pensions, Innovation Fund.

She currently serves as trustee on a number of boards and committees across the UK and Europe and has been a trustee of Go! Youth Trust since 2017.

Graeme Adams

Graeme is a proven leader with commercial experience in both public and private sectors including working for Microsoft. He has 20 year's of experience as an IT Service Delivery Manager.  Graeme has extensive experience in project management and development and has brought these skills to the Go! Youth Trust board since 2016.

Graeme is also a church leader of New Beginnings Church and is heavily involved in the church's community outreach, ministry and social enterprises running in the heart of Moodiesburn.

Steven Reid

Steven joined Go! Youth Trust as a trustee in 2018 and has a particular focus on fundraising.  

He is a professional career guidance practitioner and brings a wide range of experience having worked for Skills Development Scotland and within education. 

He is currently working within higher education as a Careers and Employability Consultant.