3.What are the skills and qualities do you feel you bring to the table?
John Quinn has got 32 years of experience in the field of accounting, he has 27 years in industry working in different types of organisations. He has a wide network of contacts that he feels that will help develop the Success4All.
4.How else do you feel you can contribute to the organisation apart from being a trustee?
He showed knowledge in the Nolan Principles, which will help Success4All and that will mean he will stick to the guidelines and legislations. He believes in the Catchphrase ‘Eyes on Hands off’. He wants to help improve approaches such as risks, and making the meetings more efficient etc.
5.Would you be committed to being a long term trustee?
He would like to be a long term trustee and believes in having 10 years to do so; and either being re-elected or if they feel they did everything they can they step down. He believes that they might leave, depending on if they need people with those skill set or not.
6.Would you actively participate in clubs and events the organisation holds?
He would enjoy participating in clubs and events held but, depending on his time commitments. He doesn’t have strong family commitments since his children have grown up therefore will be able to spend more time helping out Success4All.