Board of Directors:
Laura Lawlor (Chairperson), Kate O’Donnell (Company Secretary), Dr. Moira Slevin, Joan Roche, Sean Mernagh, Rob O’Callaghan
John Cuddihy, Annette O’Neill, Damien Jordan, Lorene Crowley
Ms. Laura Lawlor: With extensive experience in community development initiatives for over thirty years, Laura currently works as a Career Guidance Professional. Laura has previously served with boards of management in the education, community and communications sectors and from 2009-2018 she assumed the role of Safeguarding Representative for the Parish of Wexford. Laura has also engaged in voluntary work in the PR, Local Radio and publications areas,and has a particular interest in supporting the well-being, personal progression and development of the people with whom she works.
Dr. Moira Slevin: Dr Moira Slevin, now retired, has been a GP for over 30 years and has had a special interest in Women’s Health including Mental Health issues in the community throughout her career.
Ms. Kate O’Donnell: Kate O’Donnell is a retired Regional Director with Bank of Ireland, having served 37 years in Financial Services. Kate joined the Board of Wexford Rape Crisis in 2019, serves on a number of Boards in the Arts and Culture Sector, and is the Company Secretary.
Ms. Joan Roche: Trained in St. Vincent’s Hospital, Elm Park, Dublin as a Registered General Nurse. Has extensive nursing experience in both medical and Surgical nursing care. Has previously worked in St Vincent’s, Blackrock Clinic, The National Rehabilitation Centre and The Emergency Department in The Wexford General Hospital. Retired from front line nursing in 2017.
Rob O’Callaghan: A lifetime spent in education, culminating in 24 years in St Peter’s College, Wexford, the final 10 years as Principal. Completed my Masters of Arts in Management in Education in 2011. Retired in 2020 but continuing my involvement in education, as a Physical Education Tutor with Dublin City University and a Regional Ambassador with the National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals.
Sean Mernagh: Sean is a retired Accountant who worked in practice for 40 years. He has been involved and a member of various voluntary organisations.