Alan Hood- Chairperson
"I have lived in Strathglass for over 30 years, with a few years away to study I was delighted to return to raise my own family here. I have historical family connections in 'The Glen' and enjoy walking in the footsteps of my ancestors! I take advantage of the beautiful surroundings and love to walk and kayak as much as possible. Strathglass is a close knit community and I enjoy being involved in a variety of local groups including the Shinty Club, Youth Club, Playing Fields Association, School Parent Council and more recently the Strathglass and Affric Community Company."
"I arrived in Strathglass while studying pine martens in around 1986 and was given a warm welcome from a local shepherd who managed the shinty team. By in large I have been a resident since then and now live at the Old Water Tank up the Mullardoch road. I have two sons, Ross and Ryan who are currently away travelling. I’m employed by Scottish Government working in the Agriculture and Rural Economy Directorate on Brexit and Strategic planning. I love Scotland and maintain interests in use of local material for building, climbing and sea kayaking."
Ele has spent most of her working life in the outdoors, and now enjoys a settled life above Cannich with her husband and young son. Between trying to build a house, run a holiday rental business and chase after her son through the woods, she likes growing, foraging and cooking food and singing.
Nigel is a Partner in the firm of Rural Property Consultants, Strutt & Parker. A Chartered Surveyor, he is a land agent who manages a number of estates across the Highlands and has particular expertise in renewable energy. He also manages a tourism and property business with his family in Strathglass. Nigel joined the Board in December 2016