Executive Director: Margo Pollock
Administrative Assistant: Sara Lackie
President: Guthrie Stewart
1st Vice President: Scott A. MacKenzie
2nd Vice President: Iain Batchen
W. Campbell Oliver
Ex Officio Past Presidents
J. Stuart Spalding
Malcolm E. McLeod
Daniel F. O'Connor
Martin H. Barnes
A. Ian Aitken
M. Bruce McNiven
Kenneth C. Bentley
Peter G. McAuslan
Bruce D. Bolton
G. Scot Diamond
Community Assistance Committee: The main function of the Community Assistance Committee is to respond to the short-term financial needs of applicants. We review applications and requests, visit with families and individuals, and try to find the best immediate solution we can reasonably provide. The kind of help we can bring varies from situation to situation, and we keep the applicant’s current circumstances in view when making decisions about aid. We meet several times throughout the year and on an as-needed basis for unusual requests.
Educational Aid Committee: The Educational Aid Committee administers the Society's bursary program which provides assistance to qualified students.
Scottish Culture Committee: The Scottish Culture Committee reviews all grant applications received by the Society (other than those received by the Community Assistance Committee or the Educational Aid Committee), and solicits projects that enhance the development and promotion of Scottish culture and traditions.
Activities Committee: The Activities Committee organizes and supervises all special events and activities sponsored by the Society and approved by the Council. The Committee is responsible for evaluating such activities and proposes new events and activities in response to the changing interests of the membership.
St. Andrew’s Ball Committee: The St. Andrew’s Ball Committee organizes and supervises the annual Ball sponsored by the Society.
Communications Committee: The Communications Committee communicates with media organizations, manages the Society’s website and publishes the Society’s newsletter.
Youth Committee: The Youth Committee is comprised of individuals between 15 and 25 years of age who are seeking to take an active role in the Society and to effect positive change within the Society and the Scottish community.