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CCA Board

Jean Cameron


Jean Cameron is an internationally respected freelance cultural leader, producer and facilitator based in Glasgow. She has enjoyed a thirty-year professional relationship with CCA, which began in 1993 when she worked on the opening public performance of the new organisation, managing the front-of-house team. During her role as a producer of Glasgow International, she was based in CCA and worked with Francis McKee on the delivery of the festival. Most recently, in 2021, she produced a series of events entitled Feminist Exchanges for Climate Justice at CCA for the Feminist Exchange Network during COP26.

She is currently the Executive Producer for the Edinburgh International Cultural Summit, a role that builds on her track record of delivering significant cultural relations programmes with partners including the Ukrainian Institute, the British Embassy Rome and British Council. She is a Trustee of National Theatre of Scotland, where she has an active role as the Sustainability advocate on the Board and is a member of the Risk and Audit Committee.

In the late ‘90s, she was a cultural tenant at CCA whilst working for New Moves International, from which she moved into a role as Dance and Performance Programmer at CCA, at a time when CCA was operating from the McLellan Galleries. She has helped shape the Scottish cultural calendar through her work on the likes of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Cultural Programme and as Producer for Scotland’s presentation at the Venice Biennale. As Project Director for Paisley 2021, she led her hometown’s bid in the UK City of Culture competition.

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Andrew Bell


Andrew works within financial control and management accounting. He started his career in banking operations before gaining an accountancy degree with distinction from Glasgow Caledonian University. He is an ACCA qualified accountant and has worked across a wide range of sectors including banking, transport and criminal justice.

He brings experience of financial control, technical accounting, financial strategy and governance to his role on the CCA board. Andrew has a keen interest in contemporary art, music, film and making the arts accessible for all.

Faris Dannan

Faris is a digital communication expert with over six years of experience working in digital marketing. He is the co-Founder of Breathing Digital, a digital media agency based in Scotland. He also works as Digital Officer at Scottish Refugee Council where he is responsible for New Scots Connect, a Scotland-wide network of local communities, groups, and organisations set up to enhance the welcoming environment for refugees and asylum seekers.

After graduating with BA Business Management with Commercial Music Production from the University of Chester, he spent five years in the humanitarian-development sector, working in communications and marketing departments of different NGOs. Faris is also a music producer and composer, he specialises in composing and producing music for visuals.

Lesley Davidson

Lesley serves as the General Manager of Glasgow’s Citizens Theatre and has been with the Company for the past nineteen years. She has more than 30 years’ experience in theatre, hospitality and the operations industry and has held senior management positions with the Citizens Theatre for the past ten years, responsible for the day to day running of the Company and its operations.

Lesley is also responsible for project management and programme delivery, overseeing the production management of all events. She ensures the smooth delivery of the artistic programme alongside a programme of external hires. Lesley is the lead for insurance and licensing, Health and Safety and environment sustainability. Lesley started her theatrical career as an actress and was one of the founding members of the Arches Theatre Company.

Alison Mackay

CCA was saddened to hear the news of Alison’s passing in late 2023. We want to thank her for her dedicated tenure on our board and the contributions she made to the organisation. Alison’s extensive experience in the environmental sector provided valuable insight into conservation, ecology and regeneration, and her service on the board showcased her community-entered approach. She will be remembered by the organisation with fondness and appreciation.