Our Team

Pancreatic Cancer Scotland has historically been mainly volunteer driven and in 2017 embarked on a new stage of significant growth.

This included a new staffing structure to strengthen and support its development and work towards ensuring that, throughout Scotland, anyone affected by pancreatic cancer has access to information and support.

Click on the pictures for an introduction to our team members.

Team PCS

Fiona Brown
Development Manager

Dionne Denovan
Supporter Relations Co-ordinator

Kimberley Booth
PCS Precision-Panc, Pancreatic Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialist

Murray Easton, Head of Fundraising and Supporter Relations

Murray Easton
Head of Fundraising and Supporter Relations


The Charity’s Trustees have overall responsibility for the strategies, management and finances of the Charity, and to ensure that it achieves its objectives. They are also responsible for the preparation of its annual reports and financial returns. Currently Pancreatic Cancer Scotland has four Trustees:

Ross Carter

Graham Carson

Lorraine Stirling

Alison Clancy


The Trustees are also member of the Committee. This Group is responsible for the development of Pancreatic Cancer Scotland’s strategies, and makes plans for their achievement. It also has oversight of the Charity’s day-to-day activities and financial matters. One of the strengths of the Charity lies in the breadth of experience, knowledge and enthusiasm of its steering committee members.

In addition to Ross, Graham, Lorraine and Alison, our Committee members are:

Professor Clem Imrie

Frank Buckley

Eileen Campbell

Elspeth Cowan


The Charity’s patrons are people of renown and distinction who have connections with the aims and work of the organisation. They help to promote Pancreatic Cancer Scotland in the public eye, and take an interest in its ongoing activities and development.  Our patrons are:

  • Sir Kenneth Calman
  • Sally Magnuson
  • Sheila Fleet OBE

Other sources of support

Other UK-wide pancreatic cancer charities include:

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