The first term of appointment for Ms Geraldine Donaghy, Commissioner of the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland, has been extended from 1 July 2017 to 31 December 2017.
Ms Donaghy has served as a Commissioner since 7 May 2013.
Notes to editors:
- The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland (CCNI) was established as the regulator of charities operating in Northern Ireland following the enactment of the Charities (Northern Ireland) Act 2008. The main functions of CCNI are to keep a public register of charities; encourage, facilitate and monitor compliance with charity law; determine charity status; identify and investigate misconduct in charity administration and take remedial or protective action as necessary.
- The board of the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland comprises a Chief Commissioner, a Deputy Chief Commissioner and five Commissioners. The Chief Commissioner receives remuneration of £5,750 per annum, the Deputy Chief Commissioner £3,450 and Commissioners £2,300 per annum in respect of their appointments.
- This extended appointment has been made in accordance with the Commissioner for Public Appointments Northern Ireland’s Code of Practice.
- All appointments are made on merit and political activity plays no part in the selection process. However, the Commissioner for Public Appointments for Northern Ireland requires the political activity of appointees to be published.
- Ms Donaghy was formerly Chief Executive of the Confederation of Community Groups, Newry & Mourne and until recently was a Trustee with the Community Foundation N.I. Ms Donaghy has wide experience in community development and in governance and compliance within public and voluntary sector organisations. She has previously served as a Non-Executive Director with the RQIA (Regulation Quality & Improvement Authority) and Warrenpoint Harbour Authority and is currently a Non-Executive Director on the Southern Health & Social Care Board.
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