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Neighbourhood Network Governance

Neighbourhood Network is a young organisation that is building from the work of early social entrepreneurial pioneers. We are committed to achieving a high standard of organisational governance. 

The organisation is now focusing on building strong foundations towards adopting the Charities Governance Code and we expect that 2024 will see significant progress in this area. We are building a values-based board and creating the systems, policies and structures essential for a vibrant organisation with high safety and compliance standards. Neighbourhood Network operates under the legal entity of Street Feast CLG.

Board of Governance

Dave Dunn

Dave Dunn is a freelance group facilitator and facilitation skills trainer. Previously he has been involved in various projects including: the Dublin Flea Market team; the creative events crew of Queens of Neon; the Inbetweeners and Carnival of the Impossible at the EarthSong Camps. Connect with Dave on Linkedin

Laura Shehan

Laura Shehan is a service co-ordinator at Women’s Aid. Originally from the USA, she has worked in the not-for-profit sector in Ireland for 15 years. Laura brings to the board a focus on social impact and an eye for measuring project efficacy. Laura holds an MSc in Equality Studies from the School of Social Justice, UCD.

Martina Moran

Martina is an accountant with over 20 years of financial and operational experience in media, technology and publishing, both locally and internationally. Martina is a fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland and holds a bachelor of Commerce from University of Galway. Connect with Martina on Linkedin

Louise Callaghan

Louise is an award-winning accountant with many years experience in both the private and not for profit sectors. For the past number of years she has specialised in not-for-profit management and has also worked in developing advocacy awareness and skills with primary and post-primary students across Ireland. Louise is a former Chairperson of Le Cheile Youth Mentoring, a community-based volunteer mentoring and family support service, which works with young people involved in or at risk of offending. Connect with Louise on Linkedin

Jesse Kennedy

Naomi Linehan

Board Vacancies

We are not currently seeking new board members for our organisation but we are always interested to hear from keen individuals. Email us [email protected]

Reports & Financial Management

Neighbourhood Network Annual Report 2022

Neighbourhood Network Annual Report 2021

Neighbourhood Network Annual Report 2020

Neighbourhood Network Financial Report 2021

Neighbourhood Network Financial Report 2020

Neighbourhood Network Financial Report 2019