Our People

Our Staff

Iain Couper – Manager

I take great satisfaction in seeing older people achieve digital confidence and love seeing the moment somebody bonds with new technology.

Katie Innes – Development Co-ordinator

I love working with our volunteers and developing new ways to introduce older people to new technology and exciting experiences.

Inma de Reyes – Outreach Worker

I love combining my passion for IT with the company of older people. I learn as much as they do and empowering them through IT is one of the most rewarding feelings.

Isla Whateley – Communications Co-ordinator

I enjoy using social media and developing our brand in order to help as many people as possible access the digital world.

Patricia Gallacher – Accountant

Our Trustees

Glenda Watt OBE

As Chairperson, I enjoy being a team player to ensure ACE IT’s viability, governance and strategic direction for the good of its beneficiaries.

David Bell

Retired financial services planning and project manager. I recognise how being “online” can benefit older people, and hope to use my skills to help ACE IT thrive.

Graham Golding

Personal and professional experience tell me technology enriches life and offers many benefits to people as they get older.

Mike Mackie

Retired oil company executive, Edinburgh-based after an international career, continuing to promote IT as a facilitator.

Ciara Mitchell

Cyber Cluster Manager at ScotlandIS. ACE IT Scotland is helping older generations participate in this digital world and I look forward to supporting the great work they do. 

Mike Reid

I recognise the increasing importance of organisations like ACE IT that help older people develop skills in response to “digital channels” becoming the norm for both social interaction and customer support. 

Tony Wringe

Husband, dad, veteran, Googler. Inclusive access to technology drives innovation, social engagement and commercial opportunity – at any age.

Our Volunteers

Volunteers are key members of our team and their contribution is absolutely crucial to the service.

We would like to thank Bill King, our volunteer photographer, for many of our photos on this website.

If you are interested in volunteering with us, visit our Volunteer page.