Who we are
Kiemon began his career as a Royal Air Force pilot where he lived in Scotland
for almost 20 years. From there he gained experience in several large scale
commercial operations working in public and private sector roles with
responsibilities including 1600 staff and turnovers of £60 million per annum.
He is currently a senior commercial manager residing in Fermanagh after
returning to Northern Ireland in 2017.
Keen interests are food and wine, travel and frightening his wife and children
at theme parks.
Colin Flinn is a retired solicitor and has been a board member of
Shopmobility Belfast for the past 8 years and Vice Chair for the past three
years. His current responsibility is in ensuring best practice in governance and
compliance with statutory and charity regulations. He is also currently a
board member of Cara-Friend as well as a long time volunteer with it. He has
also served as Chair of AgeNI Consultative Forum, as a board member of
AgeNI itself and also served as Vice Chair of Community Change. He was the
inaugural Chair of the new formed Helplines Network NI, and the founder
Chair of Belfast City of Sanctuary. His interest is in ensuring that Equality,
Human Rights and Good Relations are threaded throughout the work he does
with a wide range of organisations.
His hobbies include hiking, photography, current affairs and the natural