FCIC Scotland is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation(SCIO) registered charity, registered in February 2014.
- Malcolm Ogilvie (Chair)
- Carolyn Millar (Secretary)
- Jon Hammond
- Orla Duncan
Malcolm has experience of both business and charitable fundraising. He has spent almost 40 years in the sales field as both a manager and director of three of Scotland’s most respected retail and wholesale wine companies, as well as being a Past Chairman of his local trade association. He is also a Past Chairman of his local Round Table. For the last 15 years he has chaired the Friend of Harmeny School Association. Harmeny School is a school for young children with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. Married to Susan and with three grown up daughters he realises how lucky he has been in both family life and business and likes to think that vulnerable and less fortunate children who need support can indeed be supported
Carolyn is retired and has three grown up and married children and eight grandchildren. Her elder daughter was born with a cleft lip and palate so she has very personal experience of coping with a child with this problem.
Jon is a consultant orthodontist in Edinburgh where he has been a member of the cleft team for 20 years. His interest in overseas development of cleft care was stimulated by a visit to Sri Lanka with Michael Mars whilst he was training at Great Ormond St Children’s Hospital in London.
He first visited the National Dental School in 1992.
Whilst he would describe himself as a clinician he has had considerable experience in education. He was instrumental in establishing the Masters programme in Orthodontics at the University of Edinburgh, the Diploma in Orthodontics and subsequent Masters programme in the University Health Sciences, Phnom Penh where he is a visiting Professor.
He is currently Co-director of FCIC the multi disciplinary forum for those seeking to supporting the training of those providing care for children with clefts in Cambodia
Orla currently works in Edinburgh, providing psycho social support for children with conditions that affect their appearance. Prior to this, she was a nurse with the Edinburgh Cleft Team , holding a particular interest in the psycho social support of children with a cleft and their families, also infant feeding.
To make a donation to help children with clefts in Cambodia, please email: email@example.com .