Last weekend, I delivered my letter of resignation from the Executive and Council of the Consumers Association of Ireland to the Chairman (James Doorley), Chief Executive (Dermott Jewell) and to my fellow Council members.
In my letter of resignation, I communicated my two key reasons for leaving which I will return to here in a future post.
Update 1: Since I originally composed this post, two more directors have resigned from the Consumers Association of Ireland. That’s 20% of the Associations Council (or one third of the Executive) resigning before even the first Coucil meeting of the new term.
Update 2: Paul Cullen, the Irish Times Consumer Affairs Correspondent, has covered the 3 resignations from the CAI in Saturdays edition – click here to read more. You can see some of the reasons for the resignations there, but I will return to this again soon also.