Gordon is a former Senior Banker (with Clydesdale Bank) with experience in business and corporate banking. He also has third sector experience as a charity trustee.


Gordon enjoys all sports and in particular golf. He is a family man with two grown up children and a granddaughter.



 Born in Aberdeen, studied in Edinburgh, qualified in England, married into Glasgow.  


As my finance career has bounced me across various organisations and around the country, I have sought out community sport and exercise everywhere I lived for health, happiness and friendships.  As a jack of all sports and master of none, I am most energized and enthused in the multi-discipline setting.  And it was a work opportunity at Glasgow 2014 (as well as persuasive qualities of my now wife) that drew me to Glasgow in 2012.  As an East-coaster my first 30-years, I am now a committed convert to the unique qualities, spirit and values of Glasgow and its people.


While by day I lead the Finance team at GCU, I love to explore the art-splashed streets and open spaces of Glasgow thereafter.  I was delighted to join the Board of Movement Park in late 2017, to provide my professional finance assistance in guiding and growing the charity.  And ever since joining, I am continually inspired by the passion, dedication, care, ambition and impact of the team in promoting physical activity and serving its communities.



I am an independent consultant in information management. I have experience in a range of sectors and I am registered data privacy practitioner. My career has provided several opportunities to apply proportionate governance review for complex, multi-site, organisations in social care and education. I am familiar with developing digital preservation strategies including business cases to address the problems of managing legacy information assets and historical archives.




Colleen Osborne is the Portfolio Management Lead for BBC Research & Development with responsibility for the performance management and strategic alignment of technology innovation. Since joining the BBC in 2007 she has held a variety of Production Management roles across Radio, Sport, Gaelic, News & Current Affairs, as well as Digital and Learning teams. An APMG Change Management Practitioner, she has worked across large organisational change programmes including HR initiatives. She has also recently spent time negotiating content deals with independent production companies as a Commercial, Rights & Business Affairs Manager.


Colleen is local to the Movement Park community and has two young children. She joined the board in January 2020 and is a strong supporter of developing opportunities for local children and their families.



I am a Higher Education Sports Professional who has over 40 years’ knowledge in the University sector in Scotland and more than 10 in leadership positions.

I have served on Committees and Boards at local, national and international level for over 35 years including 18 years with FIH (World Hockey Federation), 6 years on University of Strathclyde Court (University Governing Body) and 4 years on Commonwealth Games Scotland which coincided with Glasgow hosting the Games in 2014.

I have an accreditation from the World Governing Body as an FIH (Hockey) Coach Grade 1 (currently the only one in Scotland) and have delivered 15 Coaching Course around the world in over 10 different countries in 4 Continents.

I am a passionate supporter of sports organisations, and especially those that are ‘making a difference’ which is why I applied to be on the Board of Movement Park. 

I am also currently the Secretary of Scottish Masters Hockey, an organisation that runs the 15 international masters teams that represent Scotland. 




I am a full-time athlete, classified as an F51 international seated thrower (club and discus), and a member of the Forth Valley Flyers Athletics Club. I previously was a Civil Servant, working with the MOD. In 2011, I was left paralysed from the chest down after spinal cord injury and turned to sport initially for rehab – and soon discovered it offered so much more. Having only been competing in athletics since 201, I have won multiple world and European medals, and my greatest achievement to date is winning Gold at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio. After that, I was awarded an MBE in 2017 for my services to field athletics. 


I am a specialist in developing the people that play sports and physical activity happen. I am passionate about getting children, young people, and adults into the sporting pathway so they can enjoy the multiple health, social and personal benefits it brings, and I facilitate this through the learning and development of the people that make sport happen. What drives me is seeing the difference to individuals, communities and society that activity and sport can make, ensuring equality of access and quality, enjoyable opportunities for all. My passion is built on 18 years professional experience in sport and community development, including roles within local authorities , sports councils, and national public sector agencies, alongside over 23 years as a sports volunteer. Working within Movement Park allows me to support a much-needed approach to community rebuild by using the power of sport and movement, and supporting the individuals and communities in the west end of Glasgow.




Except for a 10-year stint as a presenter on commercial radio, I have spent my entire career in education and training. After working in careers guidance in three areas of the UK, my career was spent in vocational training, further education, prison education, and international education. This led to the opportunity to work in Brussels for some four years managing the operation and implementation of one of the EU’s transnational education programmes - SOCRATES II, a forerunner to the Erasmus+ programme. Currently, I am an independent consultant specialising in education, skills, evaluation, and funding within tertiary education with clients in Scotland and other countries.