Claire Barry: Finance Manager
+353 1 414 7368 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Claire is responsible for managing all aspects of the Finance function here at CDI. She holds a BSc in Human Communications with Accounting, a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology. More recently she has completed all of her Chartered Accountancy exams and is currently in the process of applying for membership to the Institute.
Tara Scott: Programme Manager
+353 1 414 7366 | email@example.com
Tara Scott is Programme Manager, collaborating with CDI management and stakeholders to support the delivery of CDI’s programmes. Tara holds a Masters Degree in Educational Psychology, as well as a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology and Health Studies with BPS recognition. Tara has ten years experience in Child and Family Welfare, Health and Education, working with and developing a wide range of services. Tara has worked in a professional and voluntary capacity across Ireland and London, for the Mayor of London’s office, in Islington Council, Haringey Council and Hackney Learning Trust.
Claire Casey: Restorative Practices Programme Coordinator
+353 1 414 7369 | +353 87 2806450 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Claire has worked in Community Development for over 20 years. She is responsible for the implementation of the Restorative Practices Programme. Claire holds a BSc and a postgraduate Diploma in Adult and Community Education and is currently undertaking a Masters in Restorative Practices, at Ulster University.
Grainne Davitt: Ante-Natal to Three Initiative (ATTI) Coordinator
+353 1 414 7362 | email@example.com
Gráinne is working with the CDI Ante Natal to Three Initiative and is responsible for building connections between primary health care, G.P.s, and the maternity hospitals. She has previously worked in a therapeutic family support programme in Dun Laoghaire . Gráinne has also worked in projects that support young people’s participation in education in Dublin, Cork and San Francisco. She holds a B. Social Science degree, a M.A. in European Studies, a H. Dip in Education, a Certificate in Culture and Society and a Postgraduate Diploma in Child Protection and Welfare.
Elaine Fagan: Parenting Specialist
+353 1 414 7365 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Elaine is responsible for supporting CDI’s work with early years’ services, primary care and specialist services working with children, parents and families. With over 13 years’ experience supporting children & families presenting with complex needs and is passionate about early intervention. Elaine holds a degree in Early Childhood Care and Education and is an Accredited Play Therapist.
Elaine has worked in a variety of settings including primary schools, early years’ services in both Ireland and Australia, voluntary organisations, primary schools, community centres and in private practice.
Eilis McClory: Speech and Language Therapist
+353 86 219 3579 | email@example.com
As a Speech and Language Therapist with CDI, Eilis works with six early years preschools in the Tallaght West area providing onsite Speech and Language Therapy services. Eilis graduated from the Universty of Ulster in 2008 with BSc. (Hons) Speech and Language Therapy. Since this time she has held a variety of positions in public and private settings overseas in both England and Australia.
Holly McGann: Administrator
+353 1 494 0030 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Holly provides administration to the management and team in CDI and has over ten years experience working as an Administrator in various different organisations including Business & Finance Magazine. Holly holds a FETAC Level 5 Certificate in Secretarial Studies and also a FETAC Level 5 Certificate in European and Language Studies.
Linda Mulally: Administrator
+353 1 414 7363 | email@example.com
Linda grew up in Tallaght and has worked as an administrator for almost 15 years where she has gained valuable experience. She provides administration support to the team at CDI team. Linda has worked in various organisations including Repak Ltd and holds a FETAC Level 5 Certificate in Communications, Public Relations and Journalism and a FETAC Level 5 in Computer Studies.
Paddy O’Feich: Research Officer
+353 1 494 0030 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Paddy is the Research Officer here at CDI. Paddy is a mixed-methods researcher who holds a PhD in Psychology. He has a long history of working in the community sector in a variety of different capacities, including research, administrative and educational roles.
Marian Quinn: Chief Executive Officer
+353 1 414 7367 | email@example.com
Marian’s career has been focused on children, young people and families. She has worked in the Health Services Executive and the Department of Justice as well as working directly with young people in both community youth services and Youthreach. Marian holds a Masters in Adult Education, a BSc Honours in Youth and Community Work and is a qualified Life and Business Coach. Marian is also a Board member of the Children’s Hospital Group, and the Airfield Trust.
Michelle Quinn: Senior Speech and Language Therapist
+353 85 801 5069 | firstname.lastname@example.org
As a Speech and Language Therapist with CDI, Michelle is responsible for the delivery of CDI’s on site Speech and Language Therapy Service. Michelle currently works with three preschools and three primary schools in the Tallaght West Area. Michelle has a BA in Linguistic and Sociology, an MSc in Speech and Language Therapy and a PG Dip in Child Language and Communication from the University of Sheffield.
Gráinne Smith: Family Links Coordinator
+353 1 414 7364 | email@example.com
As the Family Links Coordinator, Gráinne leads and supports the development of a prison wide collaboration between the IPS, CDI and Parents Plus Charity which aimes to support prisoners to have a positive relationship with their families. Gráinne is skilled in engaging people in developmental processes and involving clients in identifying solutions. Prior to starting in CDI, Gráinne worked with the Irish Aid agency GOAL on two projects in Darfur, North Sudan and North Uganda. Gráinne holds a BSc in Nursing Science and a Masters in Education.