Councillor Gail Casey became a Non-Executive member of the NHS Board on 1st June 2016.
Gail Casey grew up in Clydebank and attended Clydebank College where she graduated in business administration. She also worked for the Trade Union AEEU (Amalgamated Engineering and Electrical Union) for 22 years and was a shop steward for the admin staff.
Gail was first elected in 2003 as Councillor for Dalmuir and Central. She served this ward from 2003 to 2007. After a re-organisation of the ward boundaries, Gail was re-elected in 2007 as representative for the newly created Clydebank Waterfront ward, which includes Whitecrook, Clydebank Central, Dalmuir and Old Kilpatrick. She was elected with the largest personal vote in West Dunbartonshire. Gail holds weekly surgeries every Tuesday in all parts of her ward and can also be contacted at home and the Town Hall office, in Clydebank. Gail lives in Dalmuir with her husband in the heart of her ward.
Gail served as the Convener of Community Participation from 2003 to 2007 under the Labour Administration and was also the Labour Group representative on Clydebank Rebuilt and Dalmuir Park Housing Association.