Alex became Chairman of the SGA in 2000. A vastly experienced gamekeeper and keen wildlife photographer, Alex has worked in the Scottish countryside for four decades. He worked for Forestry Commission Scotland in Argyll and has been a gamekeeper on several estates in various parts of the country. A tireless campaigner for good land management, Alex is approaching 25 years of service at Portmore in the Scottish Borders.
Peter retired from his post as Head Stalker at Invercauld Estate in Braemar last year after 43 years of service. Peter is one of Scotland’s leading authorities on deer, their management and welfare. In 2012, Peter authored the work: The Economic Importance of Red Deer to Scotland’s Rural Economy and the Political Threat Now Facing The Country’s Iconic Species
Carol has worked in offices since leaving school with various companies from office junior to lastly being a PA to an architect before joining the team. Carol has grown up in the industry and enjoys working her spaniel at the odd shoot through the season.
Mo joined the SGA as a part-time office administrator in September 2008 following an expansive career taking in office and farmwork, nursing and being the successful landlady of her local pub for 6 years. Devoted to her working dogs, Mo is a regular at local shoots in Perthshire and a stalwart in the beating line.
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Kenneth has 17 years of experience working in the national media in Scotland. Raised in an agricultural family in Angus, he was a journalist with the Daily Record and has established two successful media companies.
Kenneth is also the editor of the SGA quarterly magazine, Scottish Gamekeeper.