Board member

Mhairi Wylie

Head and shoulders image of Board member Mhairi Wylie smiling in front of a grey SFRS crest

Mhairi Wylie

She graduated from Aberdeen University in 2004 and has since been actively involved and employed in the Third Sector in various roles and activities.


Mhairi graduated from Aberdeen University in 2004 and after a year as a student representative with the student’s association, went on to work in the third sector first in Edinburgh and then in Highland.

Her current role as the Chief Officer of the Highland Third Sector Interface (HTSI) encompasses the management of a diverse organisation and support for a wide range of projects, including advocacy in relation to the work of the communities, voluntary and wider third sector.

Before joining HTSI in 2012 Mhairi worked at Ross and Cromarty CAB, latterly as manager and also held positions with the Board of Ross-Shire Women’s Aid and as a member of the Children’s Panel. In 2021, Mhairi completed her MSc in Development Management, taking a particular focus on the role of the Third Sector within the Justice System.

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  • People Committee (Chair)
  • Audit and Risk Assurance Committee
  • Remunerations, Appointments and Nominations Sub-Committee
  • Integrated Governance Forum

Register of interests

Information on the exact nature of the requirement under each category can be found in the Code of Conduct for Board Members of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.


  • Chief Officer, Highland Third Sector Interface

Related Undertakings

  • None


  • None

Houses, Land and Buildings

  • None

Shares and Securities

  • None

Non-Financial Interests

  • Work closely as a colleague in Community Planning with SFRS

Other Interests

  • None