Training & Events

Chair Matters

Mihaela Bodlovic, 2019

Established by Culture & Business Scotland in partnership with Creative Scotland, Chair Matters aims to bring together and provide a valuable network for the Chairs of Creative Scotland funded organisations. 

Chair Matters provides Chairs with the opportunity to explore topics and to share common issues and experiences relevant to your role. If you are the Chair of an arts organisation funded by Creative Scotland and would like to receive information and take part in our Chair Matters forums, please contact Catriona Reynolds, Head of Governance & Engagement by emailing

 Looking for more governance information? Follow the link to our Governance resources. 

It was an absolute pleasure to be part of the session and to learn from others and their valuable insights.” 
Session participant, Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre 

Meet the trainer

Catriona Reynolds

Head of Board Development, Culture & Business Scotland

Joining Culture & Business Scotland in 2007, Catriona’s role is to support capacity building in the culture sector, particularly in the areas of governance and management, through specialist skills training and engaging business organisations to share skills with arts and heritage organisations.

Head of Fundraising and Sponsorship at Scottish Opera for 10 years prior to joining us, Catriona also worked with Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, with a range of membership responsibilities. A graduate in History of Art from the University of Aberdeen, she began her career as a paintings valuer with Philiips Fine Art Auctioneers. Catriona is a formidably experienced board member in the charitable sector and is currently Chair of the The Royal Society for the Support of Women in Scotland, a Director of Bloody Scotland (Scotland’s International Crime Writing Festival) and Chair of Kelvin Choir.


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Category: Board Matters


Catriona Reynolds



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