Chamber Board

Tracey Campbell-Hynd

Award winning lawyer, and founder of award winning law firm TCH Law, Tracey is a solicitor with a wealth of experience helping clients recover debts and assets, as well as resolving their conflicts.

Being a proactive and commercially-minded litigator means she takes a pragmatic approach to litigation and dispute resolution. 

She’s considered a very approachable person, and always strives to get the very best results for clients, while considering not only the legal but also the commercial implications of the procedures available.

She’s commentated on legal and insolvency issues for television and radio and also provides training to businesses and fellow lawyers alike.  She’s a Director on the Boards of both Lanarkshire Credit Union, and Lanarkshire Chamber of Commerce and Trade.

Robert Mcmillan

Robert McMillan BA, FIMI

Assistant Principal: Business, Enterprise & Skills at New College Lanarkshire.

“Experienced Senior Executive and Director with a demonstrated history of working in both the Private and Public Education & Skills sector. Skilled in Negotiation, Business Planning, Coaching, Managing Large Budgets, and Learning Management.  A strong business development professional who graduated from the University of Aberdeen.”

Douglas Johnson

Douglas Johnston HND Service Sector Management.

Experienced Managing Director with a proven track record in Commercial Business across different sectors. Skills include Sales and Marketing, Negotiation, Coaching , setting and achieving Financial targets, European Public Speaker at International events, a strongly driven individual.

Ronnie Smith

Ronnie is a graduate of both Glasgow School of Art and the University of Stirling and has experience in senior positions with the public, private and third sectors.

Formerly Head of Economic Development at East Kilbride District Council, he was Managing Director of Hamilton Enterprise Development Company from 1992-2002 and has been the CEO of LESL since 2002.

He currently works on a number of advisory boards for the Scottish Government and serves as a non executive director with several companies.

Sarah McParland

After graduating from Glasgow University with a 2:1 (Hons) Degree in Commercial Law and a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (DipLP), Sarah trained as a Chartered Accountant (ICAS) for several years with a major Firm before entering the world of Recruitment in 1997. She specialises in Executive Search, Legal and Financial Recruitment. Sarah founded Lusona Consultancy(Group) Ltd in 2011 and now employs eighteen staff across three offices in Glasgow ,Lanarkshire and Edinburgh. Lusona has a focus on professional recruitment and has specialists in Finance, Tax, Wealth Management, Legal, Engineering ,Technology and Supply Chain. Sarah has advised many major employers including PwC, KPMG, Clydesdale Bank, Scottish Power ,Barclays and Shell. She has also advised all of Scotland’s leading legal Firms for over twenty years.

Sarah was on the Board of Young Enterprise (Scotland) for nine years, with the latter four as Chair. She stepped down in December 2018. She is now a Board member with Lanarkshire Chamber of Commerce and Trade.

Faye Clark

Faye started her career in accountancy in a firm of Chartered Accountants in Glasgow in 1991before moving to a practice in Hamilton in 1998 where she qualified and went on to enjoy a 20 year career until she decided in 2018 to start up her own accountancy practice in East Kilbride. Faye has gained extensive knowledge during her career of the financial challenges which small business owners face and enjoys helping businesses navigate their way through these challenges to success.

Faye is involved in various charities and local organisations and enjoys supporting local businesses wherever possible.