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Our People

Michael Creedon

Board Member

Mick Creedon BA, MA is an accomplished professional with extensive experience in research, management training, and community development. He currently serves as the Manager of the Ballymun Job Centre, where he is responsible for overseeing job training and employment services for local residents. Prior to this, Mick worked as a Research Officer for the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice, conducting research and evaluations on various economic and social issues, and providing management training to organizations in the community and public sector.

Mick’s expertise in research has led to him being a co-author of several reports, including studies on the attitudes of employers towards the recruitment of unemployed individuals and the process of inter-organisational cooperation among public service bodies. He has also lectured on Management and Ethics and Employee Relations at the National College of Ireland (NCI), where he served as an Associate Lecturer.

Mick holds an MA in Human Resource Management from Keele University, Staffordshire and a BA in Human Resource Management from the NCI. His broad skillset, which includes research, training, and community development, makes him a valuable asset to any organization.

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Our Changemakers

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As an advocate for “listening deeply and treading lightly,” Janene understands the importance of engaging with and understanding local communities in order to inspire and deliver effective action, movement building, and systemic change. Her experience with participatory research and co-design approaches aligns with Innovate Communities’ focus on community-driven solutions, and her passion for community storytelling underscores the importance of centering the voices and perspectives of local residents in the work of the organisation.
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Mick Creedon is a skilled professional with experience in research, management training, and community development. As Manager of the Ballymun Job Centre, he provides job training and employment services to local residents. With his research expertise, Mick has co-authored reports on unemployment and employer attitudes towards hiring. His broad skillset makes him a valuable asset to any organization seeking to make a positive impact in their community.
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With a proven track record of establishing successful businesses and advocating for the power of networking, his passion for start-ups and small businesses aligns with Innovate Communities’ mission to support and empower entrepreneurs. Liam brings valuable insight and expertise in economic development, business start-ups, and community building to the table.

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