Our Board Members are responsible for the overall control and strategic direction of ARC Cancer Support Centres. They meet regularly to discuss, decide and review our strategies and policies and receive reports and updates from senior managers. Our Directors work for ARC voluntarily to make sure we’re doing all we can to reach and improve the lives of people affected by cancer.
Our current Board members are
Dr Vincent Carroll (Chair), Patrick Cafferky, Barbara Cosgrave, Dr Cliona Grant, Dr Damien Jennings, Gerard Keating, Ian Martin, Orla Mc Mahon, Simon O'Flaherty, Dermot Ryan
Dr Vincent Carroll
Dr Vincent CarrollChairman
Dr. Vincent Carroll was appointed Chairman of the Board of ARC Cancer Support Centres in 2019. A serving member of the ARC Board, Dr Carroll is a graduate of medicine from University College Dublin, from which he also holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health Medicine. He has always had a keen interest in complementary medicine, studying acupuncture and traditional Chinese plant-based medicines, leading to his current role as College Director of the Lansdowne College of Acupuncture and Complementary Medicine. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine
From musician Christy Dignam to Fashion Designer Helen Cody, we have a wonderful group of people supporting us.
I'm really proud to support a cause close to my heart and raise awareness about the fantastic work that ARC Cancer Support Centres does for people all across Ireland affected by cancer.
My involvement with ARC is to inspire younger people to get involved with a fantastic charity that does life-changing work.
It’s a great honour to have been asked to be an Ambassador for ARC Cancer Support Centres. I know first-hand the difference the support provided by ARC makes to families who are faced with a cancer diagnosis.
Raising awareness about psychological support services for people going through cancer is a cause very close to my heart and that is why I am so committed to doing anything that the team at ARC needs to promote their fundraising efforts. It is vital that they can continue to provide this free support especially as demand continues to grow.