Advisory Board members

Sarah Philp

Sarah Philp is a Coaching Psychologist and Founder of Saorsa Psychology. She uses psychology and coaching to support individuals, teams and organisations to understand themselves and one another better. Sarah guides her clients through the wood, trees and the spaces in between.  As a client and co-facilitator of WanderWomen Scotland, Sarah is delighted to have the opportunity to support its growth and development.

Rachel Green

Rachel Green is a community development worker and has worked across Sectors in Scotland for the past 30 years.  She is currently the Director of The Ripple Project, a charity in North East Edinburgh that focuses on challenging poverty and inequalities through food dignity, wellbeing and community connectedness.

Lindsay Chree

With over twenty five years in marketing and as the founder of Chree8 Social Media, Lindsay Chree brings a wealth of expertise in enhancing online engagement and strategic marketing, particularly in the social media space. Lindsay was drawn to WanderWomen due to the company’s values, the founders vision and her personal experiences with their events and which she believe can be transformative to people’s mental health.

Julie-Anne Jamieson is an experienced trustee and Chief Executive having held leadership roles across the public sector and independent public inquiries in Scotland. She is currently Chief Executive of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry as well as a trustee of Volunteering Matters and Magic Breakfast

A strong advocate of diversity and inclusion, she is Immediate Past President and one of the founding trustees of Changing the Chemistry, a charity promoting diversity of thought on boards.

Believing in the importance of outdoor experiences in supporting resilience and well-being, Julie-Anne was introduced to Wanderwomen a few years ago.  It’s aims and values very much chime with her and she is delighted to support the next stage of its evolution.

A data-driven marketing strategist with a heart for social impact, Felicity Neyme is the founder of Mini Languages®, an award-winning, in-person and online programme that has nurtured language skills in young children and empowered bilingual families for over a decade. This innovative programme has garnered recognition and expanded its reach through franchising. Felicity’s passion for positive change extends beyond Mini Languages®, as she also provides marketing consultancy to social enterprises and mission-driven organizations. Felicity holds an MSc in Digital Marketing and is an accredited Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

Vicky Thomas is an experienced strategic marketer with a career spanning across the full marketing mix for national and international B2B companies.

She has long-standing personal interest in the great outdoors, nature, and its ability to positively impact the wellbeing of individuals and so jumped at the opportunity to be involved in the next stage of Wanderwomen’s future.