Meet the Trustees
Mick Crossan was born in Latimer Road, Shepherds Bush to Irish parents, Jack originally from Cavan and Kathleen from Galway, and he with his elder brother Sean started Powerday in 1977.
Since then Powerday has grown to become one of the leading independent waste management companies operating in England with facilities in 3 locations in London.
Powerday works with most of the major construction companies operating in and around London providing 100% recovery from waste solutions and has now become one of the UK’s largest exporters of renewable fuels.
Whilst growing Powerday Mick has also supported many causes and activities with a particular emphasis on sport and has sponsored London Irish RFC, both the Amateur and Professional club as well as the London Amateur Boxing Association and also the London GAA team Tir Chonaill Gales and many other sporting organisations. The key focus always being on young people and improving their life chances through participation in sports.
Mick is a devoted family man and with his wife Eileen have a family consisting of four children Chelsea, Edward, Jessica and Tara, His hobbies consist of a life- long passion and commitment to Chelsea Football Club and London Irish RFC.
John is 61 years old and has worked for Powerday for the past 27 years in the capacity of Finance Director. His connection with the Crossan Family family goes back even further as he grew up in Wembley with Powerday’s Chairman Mick Crossan.
John’s interests include Golf, Chelsea and London Irish.
Paul is aged 59 and has had a varied work and voluntary life, starting as an Amateur Boxing Coach producing national champions and Olympians representing Great Britain and later after working for two decades with Liverpool City Council becoming Chief Executive of the Amateur Boxing Association of England and implementing a drive of change management.
Latterly has also been a member of the World Governing Body Executive Committee AIBA and the European ABA Executive Committee for over a decade. Recent work and support has been given to a variety of London based Voluntary Community groups in sport and has driven through positive change and new investment accruing to over £7 Million of funding and resources to these iconic voluntary clubs and sport. External interests away from work are his family, Liverpool Football Club, Reading and Walking.
Bill is aged 67 and is currently the Transport Manager for Powerday having been an employee of the company since 2008 and been part of implementing change management and a London road safety initiatives and is a member of the LRSO, whilst also being a Chartered Member of the Institute of Logistics and Transport.
Having been involved in Amateur Boxing since 11 years of age, he has been a life-long member of the famous Repton Amateur Boxing Club and a volunteer in the sport as an Internationally renowned Referee/Judge having officiated at World level, Chairman of the National Referees and Judges Commission, whilst also being elevated to Secretary of the European Referees and Judges Commission. Member. He is a committed family man and seeks to help young people to find the right path in life.