Aidlink is committed to the highest standards of good governance, accountability and transparency. Aidlink meets the Triple Lock standards of Charities Institute Ireland, has formally adopted the Dóchas Code of Corporate Governance and is registered with the Charities Regulatory Authority. In 2017 and 2018, Aidlink won the Carmichael Centre Good Governance Award (Category 3 €1 – €5 million turnover) for two consecutive years.
Aidlink’s annual report and financial statements are available here and are prepared in line with the Statement of Recommended Practice for Financial Reporting by Charities (SORP). Aidlink’s annual reports have been shortlisted for the Chartered Accountants Ireland Published Accounts Awards 2016 and 2015, and won the small/medium not-for-profit category award in 2017 and 2018.
Aidlink is governed by a voluntary Board of Directors from a range of relevant professional backgrounds. Terms of office are three years and Directors can serve a maximum of three terms. The Board of Directors are responsible for providing leadership, strategic direction, financial oversight, and good governance.
Mr John Lynch
John is CEO at SelfSense Technologies, and also works as a Non-executive Director, business consultant and mentor. Previously he was CEO at Merrion Pharmaceuticals plc and has worked in the USA, UK and Ireland.
Mr. Brendan Feehan
Brendan is a teacher in St Mary’s College Rathmines, and has participated in a number of Immersion programmes;Former Principal of Cistercian College, Roscrea. An accounting graduate, Brendan has a number of qualifications in education, including an M. Ed. in school leadership.
Ms. Meadhbh McCann
Meadhbh is currently a Senior Consultant in the Management Consulting practice at KPMG. Prior to joining KPMG, Meadhbh worked within not for profit and publicly funded services delivering service improvement and strategic change projects. Meadhbh also has experience of recruitment and HR in the financial services industry.
Mr. Liam Byrne
Liam was educated at UCD and qualified with PwC. Prior to co-founding his own firm ten years ago, he worked in a number of finance roles in New Zealand, the US, France, England and Ireland.
Dr. Philip Owende
Philip is a Kenyan National and is the TU4Dublin Academic Quality Manager at Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, and also Visiting Associate Professor in the School of Bio-systems Engineering, UCD.
Mr. Eoghan Caffrey
Ms. Marion Shaw
Marion is a qualified HR professional and business & executive coach with extensive leadership and management development experience working in an international organisation in the private sector. She has previously spent some time working in Africa
Ms. Marie Moynihan
Marie has worked in the education sector for a number of years with a specific focus on adult education. She holds an M.Sc. in Development Studies from UCD and has worked overseas with UNDP in Malawi, working with Women’s groups on sustainable livelihoods projects.
Mr. Brian Ingarfield
Brian is an experienced general manager having previously occupied leadership roles in technology, travel, logistics, retail and franchised businesses in Ireland, UK, Spain and Italy. Brian holds a Masters in Business from the Irish management Institute.
Anne Cleary – Executive Director
Tom O’Connor – Senior Programme Officer
Aisling Montgomery- Fundraising, Communications & Administration Officer
Maighread Mhic Dhomhnaill
Fr Brian Starken
Dr. Stephen Ranalow
Fr. Gerald O’Connor