Meet Our Team

KEITH WILSON

Chair

Keith is a Chartered Accountant with broad financial and change management experience across a range of businesses and sectors including PwC, Diageo, Scottish Equitable/AEGON UK and is a former Finance Director of leading Scottish headquartered law firm Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP. A keen cricketer in his younger days, primarily due to the well-structured development programme at Forfarshire, Keith also played national league hockey and still plays social tennis and erratic golf.  Keith is a Non Executive Director, and Audit Committee member, of Social Bite a charity seeking to end  homelessness in Scotland.

ANGELA CASEY

Angela has worked in PR and public affairs in Westminster, Brussels and Scotland. She has been owner manager of her current business, Pagoda Porter Novelli, in Edinburgh for 20 years. As well as being expert in consultancy and business management, she is skilled in crisis, technical and tourism PR. Well connected in business, she has been chair of industry bodies and previously sat on the Scottish committee of the IoD. A food blogger in her spare time and a fanatical hillwalker and cricket spectator, Angela is particularly keen to encourage more young people into sport and has supported many girls’ cricket initiatives.

FRASER PORTER

Commercial Director and Head of Edinburgh at Argyle Consulting Fraser has extensive experience of the banking and wealth management industries and a wide network of contacts across the professional, sporting and charitable sectors.

His sporting interests include football, rugby, tennis, golf and cricket.  Outside of sport, he enjoys listening to music, playing the piano and dining out.

MALCOLM CANNON

Malcolm joined Simpson & Marwick as Managing Director, Property Services in 2021. A graduate of St Andrews University he has worked in 6 different sectors during a career spanning over 35 years including 10 years in pharmaceuticals and 10 years in the drinks industry. Malcolm has held CEO posts at Hunter, Cricket Scotland and most recently the Institute of Directors in Scotland. Malcolm is a self confessed “sports nut” who still plays rugby but has woven amateur singing and dancing into his life in recent years and he is a non-executive director and trustee on several sports-related organisations.

PUNEET GUPTA

Puneet is joint founder and Chief Operating Officer of PG Paper Company Ltd, an award-winning import-export company, trading in over 52 countries. In the recent past the portfolio of businesses has expanded, and now includes a technology company, dental practices, as well as commercial and residential properties. Puneet is also heavily involved with several national and international charities. A keen sports fan and a passion for cricket from a very early age with the love of the sport remaining unabated.

TONY BRIAN

Tony was a corporate lawyer before joining Bank of Scotland in a succession of Head Office roles. He subsequently worked in Italy and Jersey before returning to Scotland to specialise in risk management and governance for the bank and its successors; he retired in 2011. Tony then became Chair of the Court of Glasgow Caledonian University (having been on the Court since 2003), retiring in February 2015. A life-long club cricketer (he still plays, though he shouldn’t!) and qualified coach, Tony became Chair of Cricket Scotland in March 2015. In that role he has played a key part in the sport’s increased focus on widening participation in all communities and on playing its part in Scottish society.

ANDREW WALLACE

Andrew is an employment lawyer at Balfour+Manson and another sports enthusiast. Previously commended as a Rising Star in the legal profession, Andrew’s work in employment law has given him a real appreciation for equality and diversity for everyone not only in the workplace, but in sport and opportunity. As someone who continues to play national league cricket, Andrew has taken a lot from team sports throughout his life. Andrew is therefore delighted to be involved with a charity whose core focus is to create opportunities for everyone to participate in and enjoy sport.

AMY FORD

Amy is the Corporate Fundraiser at Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity (ECHC) and has been involved in the third sector, both in the UK and overseas, for the last 10 years. Her role at ECHC over the last 4 years has seen her grow a wide network of business relationships across Edinburgh.

She is a fan of almost every sport, and outside work can be found consuming as much of it as possible; both live and on the TV/radio. Cricket, however, holds the highest place in her heart thanks to her Grandfather, who was a successful minor counties cricketer and a member of the MCC, and introduced her to the game as a young girl.

With very limited opportunities to enjoy playing cricket when she was growing up, Amy is especially pleased to be a trustee of Beyond Boundaries and see greater opportunities for women and girls to enjoy the wonderful game!