Board of Edmund Rice International
Jack Mostyn cfc has been a member of the Congregation of Christian Brothers since 1959. He currently is living in Rome, Italy as a member of the Leadership Team of the Congregation. He is an American by birth. Jack is the present Chair of the Board of Directors of Edmund Rice International.
Jim Donovan cfc is currently a member of the Leadership Team of the European Province of the Christian Brothers, based in Marino in Dublin, Ireland. A science graduate, he has experience of teaching and administration at second level. He also worked at in-service level with teachers out of the Marino Institute of Education, with a particular focus on religious education, for a number of years.
Wilf Hammond is a member of the Network Leadership Group for the European Province. A Cambridge graduate in History and Political Theory, he was the first lay Principal of St. Mary’s College, Crosby. After retiring in 2003, he taught courses in the Department of Continuing Education at Lancaster University. From 2005 to 2012 he was the Christian Brother Schools Officer and Network co-ordinator for England. He and his wife Anne, who is French, are active in ‘Revive’, an advocacy outreach of the Christian Brothers and Spiritans which supports destitute asylum seekers in Greater Manchester. Wilf is a registered immigration adviser.
George Landgrebe is a highly experienced business executive who has held senior managerial positions with a number of global organizations including Xerox Corporation, Thomson Reuters International and currently, Infor Global Solutions. George has expertise in leading culture change within organizations (both public and private) and helping them elevate performance to meet or exceed their goals. He is a graduate of Iona College and served on the Iona College Legal Board of Trustees. He and his wife Barbara Jean reside in Naples, Florida.
Albert Llussà i Torra is originally from Manresa, Catalunya. A human rights lawyer based in Ireland since 1995, he worked with the Refugee Legal Service of the Legal Aid Board from 2001 to 2005 mostly representing separated children seeking asylum. From 2005 he has been working as a solicitor with Daly Lynch Crowe & Morris Solicitors (Dublin), representing asylum seekers, immigrants and persons involuntarily detained in psychiatric hospitals. A former Chair and Member of the Board of Directors of the Irish Refugee Council, Albert is also an Associate Member of the Medical Missionaries of Mary.
Tony McCann is married with three children and lives in Belfast. Tony has worked closely with the Christian Brothers for over 30 years. He has taught and was in leadership in school in West Belfast during the worst of the “Troubles”. He was part of the team that set up the Edmund Rice Schools Trust and is now leading Ethos Development for the Trust in Dublin. Educated in Queen’s University Belfast and the University of Ulster, Tony has a Masters degree in Education Management.
Rupert O’Sullivan fpm is currently a member of the Presentation Brothers Congregation Leadership Team, based in Mt. St. Joseph, Cork. A graduate of University College, Cork, he has experience of teaching and administration at second level. He worked in the Presentation Brothers’ mission in West Africa for twelve years, six of those as Province Leader.
Kevin Paull cfc is a member of the Congregation of Christian Brothers. A graduate in Arts. Education and Psychology he has worked both as a teacher and administrator in the Brothers’ Colleges in Western Australia. He currently works at Christian Brothers’ College Fremantle in Western Australia where he tutors secondary students who have difficulties with literacy and numeracy.
Sharon Sikorski currently resides in Kissimmee Florida and is employed in the Osceola County Sherif’s office. Sharon has worked in various positions as a Child Advocate over the past 25 years. She is married with thee children.
As Executive Director of Edmund Rice International, Brian Bond cfc is ex officio a member of the Board.