Peter Ayton - Chairman
Peter Ayton was an Executive Manager with Dublin City Council. During his career he worked at management level in the Finance and Housing Departments. He has extensive experience of social housing construction, development and policy.
Alan Bradley is a Chartered Surveyor (Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) and former International Director of Jones Lang LaSalle where he was a partner/director based in the firm’s Dublin office for c.30 years before retiring in 2001. He is currently a Trustee and member of the management Board of the Iveagh Trust and recently retired as non-executive chairman of the Clancourt Group, a long established privately owned property investment and development company. He remains as a consultant to the Group.
Peter joined the Board of Fold in 2010. Previously, he was Deputy Director of Social Services for the Eastern Health and Social Services Board. His responsibilities included commissioning services for older people, people with mental health needs and people with learning and physical disabilities. He was a member of the Supporting People Commissioning Body (hosted by the Northern Ireland Housing Executive) which was established to oversee funding for supported housing schemes.
Peter is currently Chair of Fold’s Care Services Committee and is also a member of the Finance Committee.
John Campion is HR Change Management Consultant and Executive Coach. John as formerly Executive Director, Sustainability and HR at ESB.
John is a Fellow of Engineers ireland and is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development.
Mary Walsh is a chartered accountant. She serves on the board of a number of public sector, not for profit and private companies. She was formerly a tax partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers, Dublin and an independent member of the National Economic & Social Council.
Máire is a corporate partner in Beauchamps Solicitors.
Beauchamps is one of Ireland’s leading full service law firms. Clients include Irish and international companies, financial institutions, owner-managed businesses, not for profit organisations, government and public bodies as well as regulatory authorities. With over 140 people, the firm advises on a range of legal areas including: banking, dispute resolution, commercial property, procurement, construction and regulatory. Máire joined Beauchamps as a partner in November 2006.
Máire is also a member of the Business Law Committee of the Law Society of Ireland.
Noel is currently CEO of the TLC Group of Nursing Homes in Santry, Maynooth and City West. His background is in General and Psychiatric Nursing. He previously worked in the Public Health sector in a variety of roles including Assistant National Director for Older Persons; Assistant CEO at Acute Hospitals; Local Health Manager for Dublin North Central and was General Manager of various community service areas in both North and South Dublin. He has extensive experience of the health sector which includes emergency planning and public health emergencies, sustaining progress as well as managing national teams to implement Residential Care Standards.