THE 13TH EARL OF SEAFIELD
The Earl has spent his adult life managing the family estates. Educated at Eton, as Viscount Reidhaven, he was introduced into estate management well before the death of the Late Countess of Seafield in 1969. The Earl and Countess live at Old Cullen in Banffshire where Lord Seafield is very active in the management of the estate. His flexible approach and constant contact with estate employees and advisors allow the estate to be dynamic and decisions to be made rapidly.
Lord Reidhaven was educated at Harrow. He has been connected with the music industry and lives largely in Strathspey. He is a trustee of The Reidhaven Trust.
THE HONOURABLE ALEXANDER OGILVIE-GRANT
Lord Seafield's younger son was educated at Eton. He has a degree in Psychology from Edinburgh University, and has been employed in business management in the entertainment industry in London, estate management in Scotland and has a particular interest in renewable energy on an international scale. With a strong commitment to the family estates, he lives in London but spends considerable time at Strathspey throughout the year.
WILL ANDERSON, CHIEF EXECUTIVE
Will Anderson is a Chartered Forester with over 35 years experience in forestry and land management, mostly in the north and northeast of Scotland. He started as a contractor before attending forestry college and qualifying in 1989. Prior to joining Seafield & Strathspey Estates in 2007, Will worked on the Glenlivet Estate and was a forestry manager and forestry consultant for two firms of chartered surveyors. Also involved in forestry industry representation, he holds several committee posts including a Confor directorship.
DAVID GREER, PROPERTY DIRECTOR
David originally studied Agriculture at the Scottish Agricultural College before going on to study Land Economy at Aberdeen University and qualifying as a Member of the RICS in 1998. His early career was spent with a prominent firm of land agents in the north of Scotland before taking resident land agent positions on two of Scotland's larger landed estates and ultimately joining Seafield Estate in 2016. During his career he has held a number of external positions on landowner/farmer representative bodies and land management forums. He is responsible for all land and property matters including the management of the family farming operation and sporting pursuits.