is former CEO of Enterprise Ireland from 2013 – 2021.
was appointed to the Board in December 2020
is CEO of the Digital Hub Development Agency. The Digital Hub is Ireland’s largest cluster of digital and technology companies.
served as Secretary-General of the European Commission from 2005 to 2015. Prior to that, Catherine was Director-General of DG Environment in the European Commission.
is an actuary and is a non-executive director of a number of companies in the financial services and investment areas. Until 2013 he was Chief Executive of Mercer Ireland
is currently a solicitor with Arthur Cox. Previously, he served as Special Adviser to former Tánaiste Mary Coughlan.
recently retired from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. From April 2009 until September 2013, Rory Montgomery was Ireland’s Permanent Representative to the European Union.
heads International Analysis and Relations in the Central Bank of Ireland. Previously, she served as economic advisor to the Vice President of the European Commission Jyrki Katainen and President of the European Council Herman van Rompuy.
Rory Guinness is currently studying for his MSc in Public Policy and Management. He is also Chairman of Wilbury Farming Company Ltd and a property adviser to Kilrue Farms.
is the founder and principal of Rickard Mills Limited, a corporate affairs consultancy firm assisting a wide variety of companies in brand development and market facilitation.
as the CEO of EM Ireland since April 2011 Noelle overall responsibility for all governance, financial and operational matters of the organisation in growing its development as it works to further strengthen the connection between Ireland and Europe. In November 2020, Noelle was elected as a Vice-President of the board European Movement International.
*Each voluntary director of EM Ireland receives a Directors’ Handbook whose purpose is to outline the governance policy of EM Ireland and outline to Directors their roles and responsibilities.