Allison Aldred Joins Good Shepherd Cork as Chief Executive
The board of Good Shepherd Cork is delighted to announce that Allison Aldred has taken up the role of Chief Executive.
Allison was most recently Chief Executive at Suas Educational Development where she worked for the last two and a half years. Previously, she worked at Trocáire as Head of Strategy and Impact and, before that, Allison spent nearly ten years with Oxfam GB including seven years as Regional Director for South Asia. Allison was also Global Lead on Gender Equality for Oxfam GB. She is the current voluntary Chairperson of the West Cork Women Against Violence Project.
Miriam De Barra, Chair, Good Shepherd Cork: “Throughout her career Allison has worked to promote the rights of women and the empowerment of vulnerable and marginalised groups. We are extremely pleased that such an experienced leader is taking on the role of Chief Executive. We welcome Allison to Good Shepherd Cork and we wish her every success in her new role.”
Allison Aldred, Chief Executive, Good Shepherd Cork: “I am delighted to have this opportunity to lead Good Shepherd Cork – an organisation with a decades-long commitment to fully valuing all women and children. In my career in the international development sector I have seen that positive social change comes about when individuals feel valued and come to recognise their own power – to change themselves and the situation around them and, by working with others, wider society. The mission of Good Shepherd Cork is to support women and children who are vulnerable to homelessness to live more fulfilled and self-sufficient lives. I am looking forward to working with Good Shepherd Cork to be part of this change.”