Marguerite Staunton

Marguerite has held senior management positions in both South Dublin County Council and Dublin City Council. She has extensive experience in the area of Social Housing Construction, Tenant Services and Estate Management. She has particular experience in working with Approved Housing Bodies (AHB) on Local Authority Projects and AHBs’ self- promoted projects. This included guiding, in partnership with the AHBs, such projects through Council Chamber/ Department of Housing approval processes and local issues that may arise as projects progress to successful completion. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Administration from Trinity College, Dublin.

Belinda Ó Conaill

Belinda is a Senior Human Resources Executive with experience that encompasses all elements of HR including key roles in HR Strategy, HR Transformation, Shared Services and the implementation of HR Systems. She has delivered facilitation, strategy development and HR consulting services to voluntary sector organisations and also provides interview coaching to individuals preparing for competency based interviews. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from University College Dublin, a Masters of Business Studies (HR Strategies) from Dublin City University and a Diploma in Employment Law.

John Lumsden

John is an economics graduate of Trinity College Dublin and a former employee of the Civil Service with the Department of Transport. He has held senior positions in that Department with the responsibility for road, rail, maritime and aviation matters.

Peter Gibson

Peter joined the Board of Fold in 2010.  Previously, he was Deputy Director of Social Services for the Eastern Health and Social Services Board.  His responsibilities included commissioning services for older people, people with mental health needs and people with learning and physical disabilities.  He was a member of the Supporting People Commissioning Body (hosted by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive) which was established to oversee funding for supported housing schemes.Peter is currently Chair of Fold’s Care Services Committee and is also a member of the Finance Committee.

Richard Brady

Richard is now retired having spent his career working within the local government system. He held the position of Assistant Chief Executive of Dublin City Council and during his tenure had responsibility for the City’s Roads, Traffic, Environment, Housing Development/Construction/Finance, Residential Services and Community functions. He was the Managing Director of Ballymun Regeneration Limited and was a member of the City and County Managers Association (CCMA), the CCMA Housing and Water Sub Committees. He also served as Chair of the Dublin Regional Homeless Executive.

Michael Flynn

Michael is a Chartered Accountant. He is an Audit Committee member of the Legal Aid Board, Tailte Eireann and the International Foundation for Integrated Care. Previously he was the National Director of Internal Audit in the HSE and before that had senior finance and audit roles in both the public and private sectors. Michael is Chair of Folds Remuneration Committee and a member of both the Finance, Audit and Risk Committee and the Capital Requirements Committee.

Teresa Harrington

Teresa Harrington is a chartered accountant. She is director on a number of Not for Profit Boards, a member of the Finance Committee of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and the Audit Committee of the National Library of Ireland. Previously she was an audit partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Mary Flanagan

Mary is currently Director of Nursing Quality & Clinical services at Our Lady’s Hospice & Care services since 2016. She was previously employed in the Health Service Executive (HSE) as Director of Nursing for services for older people. She has extensive experience in corporate and clinical leadership and management both in Ireland and England. Within the HSE she realigned services and the way they were delivered and been the driving force to developing new roles to improve efficiencies. In all of her work she sets high standards of practice where the service user is always to the forefront. She has developed a number of service initiatives, new nursing roles and implemented strategic projects locally and regionally. In her current role she has responsibility for a number of inpatient services and community services in South Dublin .Mary’s professional and academic qualifications include a being a Registered General and Psychiatric Nurse and she holds an MSc in Healthcare Management. Mary was appointed adjunct associate professor at the UCD school of Nursing Midwifery and Health in 2015. She has completed an advanced diploma in coaching.