Mr Leask is the Chief Executive Officer at Hjaltland Housing Association. He is the current team manager and secretary for Shetland Rugby Club and was formerly a non-executive director of Shetland Leasing and Property Developments (SLAP) Ltd.
Mr Martin is a retired chartered civil engineer and was manager of Shetland Heat Energy and Power. He has been involved with numerous community organisations in the South Mainland and is a keen volleyball player.
Former editor of The Shetland Times and senior assistant editor of The Scotsman, Paul Riddell now runs his own communications company which has clients in Shetland and across Scotland. A football enthusiast, he is secretary of Lerwick Thistle Football Club and believes participation in sport is hugely beneficial both to individuals and to the community.
Mr Keith is employed by BP as an Area Authority at Sullom Voe. He is Treasurer of Aith Badminton Club and has always had a passion for badminton. He has represented Shetland against Orkney many times, participated in 6 NatWest Island Games and also represented Scotland at international veteran’s level.
Mr Williamson has been managing director of GTS Direct Ltd since it was formed in 2009. Prior to that he ran MES Business Equipment Ltd for many years.
Mrs Leask is a registered childminder. She maintains a keen interest in badminton, playing at county level herself as well as coaching St Clements juniors and the development squad. She also organises tournaments for Shetland Badminton Association in her role as Tournament Secretary.
Mr Thomson is a quantity surveyor specialising in energy projects. He is a director of Shetland Aerogenerators Ltd. After playing several sports David now coaches and helps run local clubs including Lerwick Spurs FC and Lerwick Amateur Swimming Club.
Mr Fox is the managing director of Shetland Property Lets Ltd and The Dowry (Beervana Ltd) since August 2013. Prior to that for 28 years he worked as advertising sales manager for the Shetland Times.
Stuart has been involved with various sports over the past 35 years, at all levels, whilst no longer competitively active, he still has a keen interest in all sports.
Ms Robinson is Public Health Principal for NHS Shetland. She is passionate about enabling people who aren’t active to become more active, whether through regular walking or taking up a sport. She is interested in finding ways to make SRT facilities more accessible to people who don’t use them for any reason such as income, transport, mental health or substance use issues.