Board of Trustees
Share Discovery Village is governed by a board of trustees with a wealth of knowledge in a variety of sectors including manufacturing, hospitality, education, health and safety, land management, disability and finance. The Council meets at least quarterly and is responsible for the strategic direction and policy of the charity.
Any new candidate as a Trustee is asked to provide a CV and will be invited to meet with the CEO and the Chairman of Trustees. Those without background knowledge of Share will be given a tour and invited to attend Council and/or Management Committee meetings before they commit themselves. If they feel that they have skills which would be supportive of Share’s work, they are invited to offer themselves for election as a Trustee. The aim is to have a mix of skills amongst the Trustees which matches Share’s needs.
We currently have vacancies for new trustees. Please click here for more information.
Retired after 25 years + in a variety of roles in Financial , General and Production management, mostly in the Food Manufacturing industry, Colin has enjoyed being involved with the Share Centre / Share Discovery Village and it’s staff as a User, Volunteer and Trustee for many years.
Ingrid Van Veen
Charles is a retired fellow of the RICS and served for 17 years as Land Agent to the Duke of Westminster at Ely Lodge Estate. He then created a self-catering business at Ely Lodge and managed it for 7 years. Charles also worked for 19 years at Belle Isle Estate, running the holiday enterprise and cookery school. He is now retired in 2013 and live in Co Fermanagh.
Stewart has extensive executive managerial experience gained over 30+ year career in the commercial private sector. The majority of this was as Operations Director and shareholder of a multi-disciplinary company providing a wide range of services to the public and private sectors. Now semi-retired, he is still involved as a self- employed Management and Health and Safety Consultant engaged by various commercial organisations.
Stewart has been involved with Share for the past 7 years and has always had a great affection for the people and county of Fermanagh having been coming here man and boy for over half a century.