Deepa Mann-Kler brings a wide range of knowledge and skills to the board including corporate governance, risk management, stakeholder engagement, strategic planning and ethics.
Deepa’s career so far has ranged from equality to visual arts to being the founder of her own ‘immersive technology’ company called NEON. She is also proud of the fact that she researched and wrote the first report into racism in Northern Ireland, ‘Out Of the Shadows’, published in 1998.
Deepa is also a non-executive director of the Public Health Agency in Northern Ireland; a lay person for misconduct hearings for the Police Service in Northern Ireland and Chair of the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast.
She finds working with the staff at Registers of Scotland incredibly rewarding and the most interesting fact about Registers of Scotland, she says, is that the General Register of Sasines is the world’s first public register of property ownership rights, dating back to 1617. “I feel privileged to be serving as a non-executive director during the 400th anniversary year,” she adds.