Who’s on the SEC?
Find out more about the Scottish Executive Committee and its members.
The Scottish Executive Committee is the governing body of the Scottish Labour Party, overseeing the overall direction of the party and the policy-making process. It sets strategic objectives on an annual basis and meets regularly to review the work of the party.
Members of the SEC
The SEC is structured so as to represent all key stakeholders in the party.
Chair: Scott Arthur
Vice Chair: Simon MacFarlane
Leader: Anas Sarwar
Deputy Leader: Jackie Baillie
Treasurer: Cara Hilton
Trade Union: Jackson Cullinane (Unite)
Trade Union: Louise Gilmour (GMB)
Trade Union: Eleanor Haggett (Unison)
Trade Union: Simon Macfarlane (Unison)
Trade Union: Cathy Peattie (CWU)
Trade Union: Rory Steel (GMB)
Trade Union: Isabella Sutherland (Unite)
Trade Union: Karen Whitefield (USDAW)
Trade Union: Anne Will (USDAW)
Scottish Co-operative Party: Ben Procter
Socialist Societies: Katherine Sangster
CLPs: Scott Arthur (Lothian/South Scotland)
CLPs: Johanna Baxter (Mid Scotland and Fife/West Scotland)
CLPs: Sheila Gilmore (Lothian/South Scotland)
CLPs: Cara Hilton (Mid Scotland and Fife/West Scotland)
CLPs: Suzan King (Central Scotland/Glasgow)
CLPs: James McPhilemy (Central Scotland/Glasgow)
CLPs: Lynn Thomson (Highlands and Islands/North East Scotland)
CLPs: Deena Tissera (Highlands and Islands/North East Scotland)
SPLP: Claire Baker
SPLP: Mark Griffin
PLP: Ian Murray
PLP: Meta Ramsay
Local Government: Maureen Devlin
Local Government: David Ross
Scottish Labour Women’s Committee: Monique McAdams
Scottish Labour Women’s Committee: Lorna Robertson
Scottish Young Labour: Lauren Harper
Scottish Young Labour: Coll McCail
In addition, the Scottish General Secretary (John Paul McHugh) attends ex officio without a vote.