“The level and pace of our digital transformation are important to future economic resilience, quality jobs and services in Ireland. Increasing global competition and a new wave of digital technologies mean that we must intensify efforts to ensure that our government, businesses, organisations and individuals are enabled to realise the opportunities that these new technologies present.”
Head Digital Economy Policy (2016 to date). Provides cross-sectoral services and represents Ibec network with national, EU and OECD partners on digital policy. With Ibec since 1999, in a range of senior roles including: Brussels-based Head of Ibec Europe, Ibec’s permanent representation to EU institutions and stakeholders; environmental, energy and climate action. Previously worked in pharmaceutical industry. MSc Economic Policy, MSc Environmental Science (both TCD), BSc Analytical Science (DCU), Diploma European Law ( Blackhall Place), Cert. Cyberpsychology, Cert. Design Thinking (both IADT).