The Community Development and Health Network (CDHN) is Northern Ireland’s leading organisation working to empower communities and tackle health inequalities using community development.


Joanne Morgan

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Kathy Martin

Strategic Impact Manager
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Mary O'Hagan

Monitoring Officer
Mary O’Hagan has worked for CDHN for 20 years in various enjoyable roles. Mary’s current and long lived role is support worker to the Building the Community Pharmacy Partnership Programme (BCPP). She has gained great experience in her time with CDHN and enjoys her role in supporting community organisations. Mary enjoys hill walking in the Mournes near her home and the company of her grandchildren in her free time.

Helen McNamee

Project Manager
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Mary McDonald

Finance and Administration Officer
Mary joined CDHN in June 2018 and this is her first experience of working in the community sector. She previously worked in the legal sector as Legal Secretary and was responsible for the overall administrative function of the practice. Mary has five children and ten grandchildren and, along with her job, the family keep her very busy! In her free time, Mary enjoys walking and travelling to far flung destinations – she’s currently planning her next exciting trip.

Linda Rogers

Communications Officer
Linda joined CDHN in November 2018 and is delighted to be back working in the community sector. She has recently held marketing positions in the private sector but prior to that, spent a very happy 18 years with Rural Community Network in Cookstown. Linda has a BA Hons Degree in Business Studies, a Post Graduate Certificate in Communication (QUB) and a Post Graduate Certificate in Communications, Advertising and PR (UUJ). She also works part time for Inspire Mental Health in Dungannon. She has a keen interest in mindfulness and yoga and loves walking her little schnoodle (when it's not raining!).

Laura Harper

Evaluation & Support Officer