Wilf Stevenson, Baron Stevenson of Balmacara
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Stevenson is the son of James Alexander Stevenson and Elizabeth Anne Stevenson (née Macrae).
Stevenson was educated at Edinburgh Academy, at the time a boarding independent school for boys (now a co-educational day school), in the city of Edinburgh in Scotland, followed by University College at the University of Oxford, where he obtained an MA in Natural Sciences (Chemistry), and at Napier Polytechnic (ACCA).
Life and career
Research Officer, Edinburgh University Students' Association, 1970–74; Secretary, Napier College, Edinburgh, 1974–87; Deputy Director, 1987–88, Director, 1988–97, BFI; Director, Smith Institute, 1997–2008. Governor, Prestwood Lodge School, 2008–. Hon. DArts Napier, 2008. Senior Policy Adviser, Prime Minister’s Office, 2008–10.
Married firstly, in 1972, Jennifer Grace Antonio (marriage dissolved 1979), and secondly, in 1991, Elizabeth Ann Minogue, with issue: one son, Tobin, and two daughters, Iona and Flora.
(ed) Gordon Brown Speeches, 2006; (ed) Moving Britain Forward, 2006; (ed) The Change We Choose: speeches 2007–2009, 2010
- The Lord Stevenson of Balmacara, Debrett's