Family and friends questioned her decision to take over the scandal-hit charity. But Mo Flynn says she wanted to lead a very worthy cause out of the wilderness
Rehab was considered one of the biggest offenders in the recent scandal that engulfed the charity and voluntary sector.
It started in 2013 with a contentious HSE audit into the pay of top executives at a range of different state-funded hospitals and charities, but became so much more.
A maladroit Morning Ireland interview by former Rehab chief executive Angela Kerins triggered a call to appear before the Dáil’s Public Accounts Committee; two high-profile resignations; salary cuts...
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