TRC appoints new Deputy Managing Director

Beverley McMillan, former Head of Programmes at Indielab, has been appointed as TRC’s Deputy Managing Director.

Following Joint MD Margaret Scott’s retirement earlier this year, Glasgow-based training provider TRC welcomes Beverley McMillan as part of their team, while Claire Scally continues as sole Managing Director.

With over 20 years of experience working in the screen sector, Beverley McMillan has an extensive background in skills development, marketing, project management, and delivery of events for the television, film, and games sectors. Before joining TRC, Beverley was Head of Programmes at Indielab, with a focus on managing their growth accelerators and export programmes across the Nations and Regions. Prior to that, she was responsible for developing the learning, inclusion, and new talent strategy for BAFTA Scotland.

As the new Deputy Managing Director, Beverley will be overseeing the successful delivery of a range of training programmes, including Series Producer Programme, ScreenSkills’ highly regarded programme for Producers/Directors aiming to transition into Series Producers or Showrunners which is currently open for applications.


Beverley McMillan commented:

“It’s a pivotal time for the sector based in the Nations and Regions and I am delighted to be joining Claire Scally and the team at TRC who lead the way with their training and professional development programmes. TRC’s commitment to both strengthening and broadening the talent pool provides a brilliant platform to help nurture new talent while collaborating with immensely experienced and inspiring individuals.”

Claire Scally, Managing Director of TRC said:

“We are delighted to announce Beverley’s appointment as new Deputy Managing Director. With her wide-ranging experience and knowledge of the sector, we know she will be a great addition to the TRC team. We look forward to bringing Beverley on board to support the development of broadcasting talent across the Nations and Regions.”