Adrian served as chief executive for the Queen’s Hall in Edinburgh for fourteen years. Prior to this he was the director of Theatre Workshop in Edinburgh and has over 40 years of managing cultural organisations.
Jane was the co-founder of the Edinburgh Jewish Dialogue and is vice chair of the Edinburgh Jewish Cultural Centre. In 1988, she founded Sleep Scotland and developed Teens+ Education Centre in 2006. She coordinates the Edinburgh Jewish Cultural Centre Learning for All programme, and is a member of Edinburgh Hebrew Congregation.
Janet is a member of the Edinburgh Hebrew Congregation and was the co-founder with Jane Ansell of the Edinburgh Jewish Dialogue and is a professional fundraiser. In 2019, she served as co-chair of Limmud Scotland (Jewish Day of Learning), the first of its kind to be offered in Edinburgh.
Lynn is a member of the Edinburgh Hebrew Congregation and a practising psychotherapist.
Sam is a software engineer. Born in London, he moved to Edinburgh in 2016 because he thinks it's really nice here.
Stephanie is a member of the Edinburgh Liberal Jewish Community (Sukkat Shalom) and is a civil servant with the Scottish Government.
Des is a member of the Edinburgh Liberal Jewish Community (Sukkat Shalom) and works in the Scottish justice system.
Hailey Zislis, MPH
Hailey is a part of the Edinburgh Liberal Jewish Community (Sukkat Shalom) and is a public health data specialist.
David Ian Neville
David Ian Neville is a member of the Edinburgh Hebrew Congregation and an award-winning writer, director and producer working in theatre, audio and screen. Over the past twenty-five years he's been producing and directing radio drama for the BBC.