Róisín McGlone is currently an independent consultant. Formally as Chief Executive Officer of Interaction Belfast and previously Co-ordinator of the North Belfast CDC ‘Community Bridges Programme’, she has over 20 years’ experience working on interfaces and promoting inter–community and inter-Agency dialogue and developing trust and relationship building processes.
Róisín was one of the first Community Relations Officers in the Belfast City Council in 1992-1995. She had previously been an Area Worker and trainer for the Belfast Education and Library Board 1982-1992. She has been involved with conflict transformation programmes in Croatia, Macedonia, Guyana, America and South Africa. Roisin was one of two Community Relations nominees on the now suspended Civic Forum and Assistant Boundary Commissioner for Belfast and she has graduated with a Master in Philosophy in Reconciliation Studies with the Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College, Dublin.