Greystones Family Resource Centre is run by a Voluntary Board of Management.
The board of management plays a key role in the oversight and running of Greystones Family Resource Centre. Board members volunteer their time, knowledge and experience free of charge. The board members come from the wider Greystones area and meet regularly to plan and review the overall strategic procedures and work of the Family Resource Centre. The board of management is made up of a Chairperson, Treasurer, Secretary and 6 ordinary directors.
Anne Waithra Burke
Anne is currently working as the Development Education Officer at AkiDwA and also studying for a BA Social Science and Cultural Innovation in DCU. She has always been interested in politics, equality and justice and is committed to Gender Equality and the continued fight to end all forms of discrimination in society.
Nicola has lived in the Greystones area all her life and has been very much involved in the community over the years. She currently works full time in the Youth Mental Health Sector.
Having worked for 11 years with the GFRC she has an in-depth understanding of the Centre and the invaluable work it does.
Mia has lived in Greystones with her family for over 10 years. She has been involved with many organisations, volunteering as a Rainbows facilitator, a Jobcare & Junior Achievement mentor and a Brownie leader for Irish Girl Guides in Greystones. Mia brings tonnes of energy, pragmatic know-how and facilitation skills to everything she is involved in.
Francis is the former manager of Frontline Homeless services in Dublin and Wicklow.
Now a Civil Servant, he is also a Barrister at Law Degree Candidate with a focus on regulatory/governance compliance.
Claire is Director of Coinbase Europe, and has been involved in fundraising for the ISPCC, First Light, Pieta House and Purple House. She recently completed a Masters in Work & Organisational Behaviour at DCU and is an associate member of the CIPD.
Warren has been living with his family in Greystones 15+ years and is keen to make a difference to the lives of families in the Greystones area who may find themselves in difficult circumstances, whatever the reasons; to embrace diversity of people and cultures and minimise feelings of exclusion.