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Depaul helps people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Board of Trustees

Depaul's voluntary Board of Trustees is made of people with a range of skills and expertise in the commercial and voluntary sectors and is committed to ensuring that Depaul is fully compliant with all relevant regulation and adopts best practice in managing services for the disadvantaged.

Patron

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin

Depaul Board Members

JOHN MURPHY is Chair of the Depaul Board. John has over 40 years experience as a Civil Servant across six Government Departments, culminating in his appointment as Secretary General of the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation from November 2011 to his retirement from the Civil Service at end September 2016. John has extensive experience of working at the most senior levels of Government on the development and implementation of public policy and has extensive experience of management of relations with a wide range of stakeholders in the public policy domain. He is a member of the Board of the Irish Management Institute and of the Institute of Directors. He has served as a member of the Board of the IDA (2015-2016), alongside various other board member positions throughout his career. John has an MSc (Econ) in Public Policy Studies from University of Dublin (Trinity College), a BA in History and Politics from UCD and a Diploma in Public Administration from the Institute of Public Administration, (IPA) Dublin. John is married to Anne and has three daughters.

VERY REV PASCHAL SCALLON CM has been appointed Provincial of the Irish Province of the Vincentian Community.  He is a member of the Vincentian Community, the Congregation of the Mission, founded by St Vincent De Paul. He is currently working as Parish Priest in St Peter's, Phibsborough in Dublin.

DOMINIC BURKE is now retired from his position as Director of Social Services in the Western Health and Social Services Board (WHSSB) in Northern Ireland. Dominic is a member of the Society of St Vincent de Paul and currently a member of a conference in Derry where he visits local families to provide support and assistance.

PAUL STANLEY is the Chief Financial Officer of UIster Bank and he has been in that role since August 2013. Previously Paul was the Acting CFO for AIB and a member of AIB's Leadership Team from 2011. Paul has extensive banking experience and spent 3 years working in Poland.

PAUL WHITE is a law graduate from University College Dublin and is a practising solicitor. Paul has previously acted as a trustee of Depaul Ireland and is a member of Depaul Ireland's Fundraising and Communications sub-committee.

MICHAEL MURPHY was nominated as a trustee in September 2015 by National Management Council of the Society of St Vincent de Paul. Michael has been a member of SVdeP since 1980 and was Regional President Mid West Region from 2010-2015. Currently he is National Vice President with responsibility for Specialist Services including Hostels and Social Housing. Michael continues to be an active member of St Mary's Parish visitation conference in Limerick city. He retired in 2012 after 43 years in banking.

PADDIE BLANEY is now retired from her position as Director of All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care (AIIHPC). She was previously a Nurse Consultant with the International Council of Nurses (ICN) and prior to that Chief Executive of the Northern Ireland Practice and Education Council for Nursing and Midwifery (NIPEC). Paddie has more than 35 years’ experience across the health and social care field. She began her career as a registered nurse working in a variety of clinical fields, later working as a Nursing Officer at the mDepartment of Health and Social Services.NORA 

LARRY TUOMEY is Secretary of the Board and is a member of the world governing council of the Society of St Vincent de Paul and a Trustee of a number of Irish NGOs concerned with immigrants, community development and social justice. He is Hon. Treasurer of Depaul International. Larry sits on a number of Depaul Ireland sub-committees and chairs the Fundraising and Communications sub-committee.

MARY LEONARD is currently CEO and Executive Director of the Irish Credit Bureau and was non-executive Director prior to her appointment. Mary has over 20 years experience working in corporate finance with KPMG. She also has over 10 years experience working as an independent consultant in the film and tv sector. Mary previously served for five years on the board of Coillte and for five years on the board of Forbairt (now Enterprise Ireland).

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