Louise Wilson

Louise Wilson is a business leader with a career combining a breadth of commercial expertise and non-Executive experience in the public, private and charitable sectors.

Her international career has spanned 30 years of commercial, marketing and sponsorship expertise gained in top tier blue chip corporate companies including Accenture, Proctor & Gamble and The Coca-Cola Company, as a Founder Entrepreneur of a global Agency and Director of the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Games.

Louise has served as an active Non-Executive Director across diverse business, non-profit and charitable organisations spanning culture, education, heritage, visitor attractions, faith and diversity including, Historic Royal Palaces, the University of Nottingham, DRET Education Academy Trust, the International Women’s Forum, Harvard Leadership Trust, the Marketing Group of Great Britain, the Northern Ireland Office and The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust.

Louise is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and was awarded a Fellowship in Advanced Global Leadership following her studies at Harvard University where she continues to be a guest lecturer which she enjoys alongside her portfolio career.

Louise is passionate about the creative sector and creating cultural capital in the widest sense and looks forward to supporting Creative Scotland increasing the quantity and quality of opportunity for all to develop their full potential through arts and creativity.