Currently, the Irish Haemophilia Society has 5 members of staff. If you would like assistance with anything, please do not hesitate to contact any of the staff by phone on 01 6579900 or by email.
The current office team are:
Brian O’Mahony (Chief Executive)
Brian O’Mahony is the Chief Executive of the Irish Haemophilia Society, and a former President of both the World Federation of Hemophilia and the European Haemophilia Consortium. He is a board member of the Irish Blood Transfusion Service and Chairperson of their research committee. He is also Chairperson of the Scoliosis Co-Design committee. Brian is the author or co-author of more than 80 peer scientific journal articles, and a Fellow of the Academy of Clinical Science and Laboratory Medicine (Ireland) and a Fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Sciences (UK). He has post graduate qualifications in Management and in Occupational Health and Safety and is currently an assistant adjunct Professor in Health Service Management in Trinity College, Dublin.
Debbie Greene (Administrator & Office Manager)
Debbie joined the I.H.S. in 2003. Since joining the Society she has had various roles. Debbie is the Society’s Administrator/Office Manager, having taken up the role in May 2009. She represents the Society on the statutory National Haemophilia Council and on the Consultative Council for Hepatitis C. Debbie is responsible for the day-to-day running and administration of the office and staffing. Debbie oversees all I.H.S. events, administers educational grants, attends monthly board meetings, attends regular team meetings with the Comprehensive Care Centres, oversees the apartment facility for members and outreach to members. She also oversees the Society’s obligations in relation to the Charity Regulatory Authority and prepares policy documents for the organisation. Debbie has also been involved with and has actively taken part in the WFH Twinning Programme since 2005 with Bosnia & Herzegovina, Vietnam and Jordan.
Nina Storey (Financial & Fundraising Co-ordinator)
Nina joined the I.H.S. in 1998. Since joining the Society, her role has varied greatly. Currently, Nina is the Society’s Financial & Fundraising Co-ordinator. Nina is responsible for the financial administration of the organisation and is the Society’s fundraising co-ordinator, which includes planned giving and legacies. Nina prepares and provides monthly reports to the governing body of the Society on the finances of the organisation and is responsible for overseeing the yearly audited accounts. She also prepares documents for the Revenue Commissioners and the Companies Registrations Office. Nina’s current role also includes updating the database and memberships, along with phone contact with members, outreach and hospital visits. Nina also represents the Society on the Haemophilia HIV Trust.
Robert Flanagan (Outreach & Children’s and Youth Programmes Co-ordinator)
Robert joined the I.H.S. in October 2017. Robert is currently the Society’s Outreach Co-ordinator and gives support and information to all our members around the country through phone calls, hospital visits, home visits and school visits. He is involved with data collection and surveys and oversees the four children’s programmes at I.H.S. conferences. Robert is also the first point of contact for volunteers. Robert initiated a Youth Leadership Programme in 2018 and looks after child protection and garda vetting for the organisation. He also assists the organisation with photography and digital media from time to time.
Roisin Burbridge (Publications, Website and Social Media Coordinator)
Roisin is the newest member of the team at the I.H.S and joined in July 2022. Roisin is the Society’s Publications Editor and is responsibile for content management, researching, collating and designing all I.H.S. publications, including programmes and flyers for events. She also manages and maintains the website and is responsible for the Society’s social media platforms. Additionally, Roisin produces and distributes the regular Mailchimp/e-Zine electronic magazine to members.