Meet the board
Eibhlin Byrne (Chairperson)
Former Lord Mayor Eibhlin Byrne is currently Director of the Irish Refugee Protection Programme at the Department of Justice and Equality. She has previously worked in Child & Family and Homeless services. A former Chairperson of Dublin Rape Crisis Centre she also chaired Dochas Women’s Prison Visiting Committee and National Council on Ageing and Older People
Anastasia Crickley is former Chairperson of the UN Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD). She is former Head of Department of Applied Social Studies at Maynooth University, a founder member of the Migrants Rights Centre Ireland and of the National Traveller Women’s Forum, Anastasia is chairperson of Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre and of Community Work Ireland.
Lynn Jackson is a Founding Trustee of HETI and is a former teacher and business manager, Lynn is also a Teaching Fellow of IWM (London). She coordinates the national Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration and designs HETI’s Holocaust educational programmes and materials
Gwendolen Morgan is a solicitor with the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission. Before returning to Ireland in 2015, Gwendolen worked in Tanzania for the European Centre for Electoral Support, and in public interest law in London for over a decade with strategic litigation firm, Bindmans LLP, and the British Institute of Human Rights. She is a member of the International Senior Lawyers Project, and previous recipient of the Trinity Praeses Elit award for advocacy and commitment to causes.
Carl Nelkin is an active member of the Irish Jewish community, giving concerts of Irish and Jewish music. Carl also serves regularly as a Cantor and, in the past, has served at various locations in the United States and Great Britain as well as in Dublin. He is an Irish qualified solicitor with over 30 years’ experience focusing exclusively on the aviation industry.