Mojo National Office

Mojo Men is a not-for-profit (training and development) national company that works in partnership with local organisations to build their capacity to engage men who are in distress and at risk of suicide.

Our vision is that men at risk of suicide feel empowered to transform their lives and to create positive social change.

Mojo works to reduce the number of male suicides in Ireland by upskilling local organisations to run Mojo’s (skills building and personal development) training programmes with at risk men.

The Mojo Projects facilitate training programmes that transform the lives of men by working with them to:

Build their mental and physical fitness.

Develop their ability to set goals and create future plans.

Build social connections.

Derek McDonnell is the CEO. With funding from the National Office for Suicide Prevention he is working with multiple organisations to upscale Mojo Projects across Ireland. You can contact him by email [email protected]  or on 087 66 00 872.

Organisational Structure

Mojo Projects are governed by a host agency and managed in partnership with Mojo Men and an interagency advisory group.

Mojo Men is strategically guided by Board of Directors made up of representatives from mental health, psychology, governance and Mojo Alumni. The operations of the company are managed by a CEO who is supported by a Business Administrator.

  • Carol Conway | Chair
  • Patrick McDermott | Secretary
  • Daniel Morris | Director
  • Susan McFeely | Director
  • Derek McDonnell | Chief Executive Officer
  • Prof Veronica O’Keane | Psychiatry
  • Dr Darach O’Ciardha | Primary Care
  • Dr Gloria Kirwan | Social Work
  • Dr Liam McGabhann | Mental Health Recovery