Executive Team

Reporting to the Bryson Charitable Group Board, the Executive Team meet regularly to plan policies, budgets and the strategic direction of the organisation. 

  • Shane Logan

    Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

    (Starting role on Monday 5th November 2018)

    A graduate of Manchester University in Law and Accounting, Shane has 22 years’ experience at CEO level, including serving on over 20 private, public and voluntary boards. These organisations include Royal National Institute for the Blind, BP, Harland & Wolff PLC and more recently Ulster Rugby.

  • Brian McGinn

    Brian McGinn

    Director of Finance & Corporate Services

    Brian studied at the University of Ulster for a BA (Hons) Degree in Accounting graduating in 1989.  Following this he undertook professional study to complete the examinations of The Chartered Association of Certified Accountants.  Brian became a fellow of the Association in 2006.

    After graduating in 1989, Brian took a gap year to travel the world, spending time in North America, Australia and South East Asia.  Brian returned to Northern Ireland and worked as a management accountant for the National Health Service and eventually the Mater Hospital as part of the Northern Ireland Health and Social Services Trusts for 5 years.  During this time Brian played a major role in the hospital attaining trust status.

    In September 1995 he moved to Bryson taking up the post of Financial Controller and progressing to Chief Finance Officer.  During this time Bryson has grown from a turnover of £2M and 200 staff to turnover of more than £35M and approximately 600 staff 2015.

    Brian was also a founding Director of Shopmobility Belfast, a local Charity concerned with mobility for the physically impaired, where he remained for 20years.

  • Eric Randall

    Eric Randall

    Director of Bryson Recycling

    Eric is a serial social entrepreneur, who started his career in recycling in 1989 with co-operative Bradford Waste Chasers. Since 1992, Eric has led the development of social enterprise, Bryson Recycling, which is now the leading provider of household recycling services in Northern Ireland.

    The company employs over 220 staff across Northern Ireland, Donegal and N Wales and handles over 65,000 tonnes of materials including recyclables collected from 60% of NI’s households.  Bryson operates a regional Material Recovery Facility in Mallusk, kerbside sort collections to over 170,000 houses and 8 household recycling centres in N Wales and Donegal.

    Bryson has driven improvements to containers and vehicles used for kerbside recycling that have been identified by Governments across the UK as the best value and environmental approach for kerbside collections. 

    • Awarded MBE in 2006 for “Services to Waste Management”
    • 25 years’ experience in recycling
    • Founding Board Member of the Resource Association
    • Degree in Environmental Sciences, Bradford University  
    • Masters in Business Administration, University of Ulster, Jordanstown

  • Liam McNeill

    Liam McNeill

    Director of Bryson FutureSkills

    Liam is a graduate from Queens University Belfast and the Director of Bryson FutureSkills, with over 30 years experience of managing training and employment programmes for young people and unemployed adults in the most deprived areas of Greater Belfast  and Newtownabbey.

    Liam currently has responsibility for the Department for the Economy contracts for:

    • Training for Success 2017
    • ApprenticeshipsNI 2017
    • European Social Fund Young Persons Employment Initiative
    • Step into Employment Programme
    • Social Investment Fund North Belfast Employment Programme and the Employment East Programme.

    Liam also initiates and oversees other bespoke programmes to assist long term unemployed enter and sustain work.

    Liam is a member of the Bryson Group Executive Team and a Board member of GEMS NI. Liam also represents Bryson FutureSkills on the North Belfast Development Partnership, Skills Belfast  and is a member of the Advisory Committee for the Training for Success Forum. He is also the ex Chair of the Steps to Work / Employment Support Service Sub Contractors Forum.

    Liam currently sits on the Department for the Economy Stakeholder panel on the Review of Youth Training and Apprenticeships.  

  • Jo Marley

    Jo Marley

    Director of Bryson Care and Bryson Intercultural

    As a qualified social worker, Jo previously worked in the legacy North & West Belfast Health and Social Services Trust. Over the twelve years, Jo held a number of positions including a Social Worker, Senior Social Worker, Assistant Principal Social Worker and Operational Manager.

    Jo joined Bryson on in 1994 and is Director of Bryson Care and Bryson Intercultural / An Munia Tober. 

    Jo has an MSc in Systemic Psychotherapy has a BA (Hons) History and Politics and is a professionally qualified Social Worker.

  • Nigel Brady

    Nigel Brady

    Director of Bryson Energy

    Nigel Brady has over 20 years’ experience of programme management and delivery in Northern Ireland’s energy sector. He is currently Director of Bryson Energy, the regional energy agency for Northern Ireland and was previously Director of the Western Regional Energy Agency & Network Ltd. (WREAN).

    Nigel is currently on the Steering Group of the Fuel Poverty Coalition and was the founding Chairman of Drumlin Wind Energy Cooperative, Northern Ireland’s first Wind Energy Cooperative. He is also a former Member of the Northern Ireland Fuel Poverty Advisory Group and provided secretariat for the All-Party Group on Energy, established 2008 at Parliament Buildings, Stormont.  

  • Siobhan Caulfield

    Siobhan Caulfield

    Head of Bryson LaganSports

    Siobhan obtained a business studies degree from the University of Ulster in Jordanstown.  Having previously worked in the public, private and third sector she was appointed as Head of Bryson LaganSports in April 2013. 

    Siobhan’s previous employment included Prince’s Trust as part of its Senior Management Team, responsible for the development and delivery of its programmes for disadvantaged young people. Siobhan has also worked as a freelance business consultant and has a Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership.

  • Lynn McCourt

    Lynn McCourt

    Senior Manager, Business Improvement Unit

    Lynn has over 20 years’ experience of quality management, business improvement and strategic planning.  More recently she was instrumental in developing an innovative social value outcomes based strategic planning model for Bryson.

    Lynn is responsible for the Business Improvement team within the Corporate Services division of Bryson, which incorporates the PR & Communications function.

    She has worked at Bryson since 1989, developing her career through a number of different roles.  With the support of Bryson she graduated from the University of Ulster in 2006 with a BA (Hons) Degree in Business Studies and more recently achieved a Level 7 Strategic Leadership & Management diploma.  Lynn has been working in quality and business improvement since 1998; initially focused on developing and imbedding Investors in People standards and practice across all Group Companies. 

    In 2005 the Group made a commitment to embark on a journey to excellence and to drive this, Lynn developed and implemented an Excellence Strategy which incorporated business improvement tools and quality management systems, such as the EFQM Excellence Model, Customer Service Excellence and Balanced Scorecard, to underpin and demonstrate the delivery of excellent services.  Lynn worked with the University of Ulster through a Knowledge Transfer Partnership to develop an innovative social value framework which she developed further into a strategic planning model. Lynn is also an Accredited EFQM Assessor and an ILM Certificated Trainer.

  • Clare Doran

    Director of Human Resources

    Clare has 25 years experience gained across a range of executive HR Management roles with Phoenix Natural Gas, Caterpillar, Powerteam and Omexom.  Clare has BA Hons and MSc degrees from Queens University and is a Graduate of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and she currently holds Chartered Member status. 

    Clare was previously a Board Member of Artseka intercultural arts charity.  Clare has also had previous involvement with Business in the Community and Common Purpose.  Clare joined Bryson Charitable Group in early 2018 and is responsible for the HR and Training function.