Newbold House is run by a residential members and volunteers. The centre is operated by the Newbold Trust, a limited company with charitable status; dedicated to sustainability, education and open spirituality.
After finishing my masters in Design for Sustainability, Victor decided to continue his 15-year professional career in communication, collaborating with organizations committed to sustainability.
Lone Blue spent most of her professional life managing Front Office teams in upscale hotels in Europe and Asia. When her awakening process had begun she started looking for an opportunity to contribute her skills into a project that brings a positive change in the world. She helps Newbold in the area of managing bookings and reception.
Marketing & Communications Manager
Allan is local to the area of Moray and a graduate of the University of Highlands and Islands with a degree in Sustainable Rural Development. Allan has key interests in environmental protection, cycling and in the community of Moray.
Kristy has lived in the Moray area for 12 years, originally from Australia. She has been involved in many local projects, specifically related to conservation, environmental education, making with natural materials, being with individuals in a caring capacity, group processes and cultural regeneration.
Originally from Newcastle, Turiya has spent the last 10 years either living Scotland or travelling the world. After offering service in the kitchens of yoga centres and ashrams, reverence and devotion became key to her cooking. She is influenced by Ayurveda, Microbiotics and the natural healing properties of food.
Sustainable Funding & Resources Officer
Rowan is a King’s College art graduate and writer. Her previous work includes editing and political research for the Institute of Art & Ideas, and as an archivist on Chancery Lane. She is registered MENSA. Since moving into the third-sector, Rowan has helped pioneer new eco-communities in the UK. She is conceptually aligned with NEF.
“One of my life purpose is to explore the sensations and emotions that life offers us.
After 11 years working in a hospital in France it’s a new challenge and a honor for me to take care of this beautiful house and to welcoming everyone who is coming in Newbold. Love. ”
Development Officer and Yoga Teacher
Native of France, Marie has spent the last years living and studying in Canada, Chile and Scotland.
Marie is an adventure and travel lover, with a special interest in beautiful Scotland, yoga and community life.
Sales & Marketing consultant
Ali studied Business at McGill University in Canada. He has provided consulting services in sales and marketing in a variety of sectors. He has an avid interest in personal development and seeks to share his acumen towards spreading positive change.
Eddy have been crossing different work experience, cook for 6 years in France, then volunteering for 7 years, travelling and leading work camps. his path lead him to Scotland, and he is working in the garden with consciousness, care and love to grow a beautiful and delicious veggies for Newbold.
George spent most of his Finance professional life with large corporates in London. Returning to Scotland, and interested in sustainability, being involved with Newbold is an opportunity to bring his skills and experience to this sector.
Our Board consists of 4 members: 2 alternating Chairpersons and 2 Directors.
David Mead, Co-Chair of the trustees, is a retired medical doctor with years of experience in General Practice and Psychiatry in Canada and the U.K., is a mentor and Psychotherapist locally, and is the founder and director of a successful Care Home company (Mead Medical Services Ltd.) in Scotland.
Fabien has a degree in Education, is an ex Ekopia Board member and was Listener Convener for the New Findhorn Association for 6 years. He had many years experience of facilitating workshops both locally and internationally.
Dorota Owen , Co-Chair of Trustees, is an experienced professional in many areas: Qualified teacher; yoga teacher; workshop leader; co-founder of Northern Lights Teachers Conferences; elected council member of the Findhorn Foundation community; ambassador for the Global Ecovillage Network and a representative for the Global Centres Gathering.
Liza Hollingshead (Director) was previously leader of adult diplomacy tours, youth exchanges and student ecology education field work in Russia. She has experience in workshop facilitation, teaching, personal development, leadership coaching, youth empowerment and non profit organisation management.