Please note that Team European Movement Ireland is working on a remote basis for the foreseeable future and will not be operating the office landline number until further notice.

To reach our team:

 

 

[Please see below if you want to reach an individual staff member at European Movement Ireland]

Noelle O Connell

Executive Director

noelle@europeanmovement.ie

Noelle was appointed Executive Director of European Movement Ireland in April 2011. Prior to leading European Movement Ireland,

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Noelle provided business development training, education and public affairs consultancy to a wide variety of both private and public sector clients. She held management consultancy positions in Accenture; headed up the Training, Education and Development function of the Construction Industry Federation, and was formerly a Director on the Board of Skillnets.
Noelle also has significant experience in the co-operative and third-level sectors. She holds an MSc in International and European Politics from the University of Edinburgh and a BA Hons in European Studies and Languages from UCC. She is also a Fellow of the Irish Institute of Training and Development, a member of the CIPD and the Institute of Directors of Ireland, and a member of the Board of Alliance Française Ireland.

Lisa Nic An Bhreithimh

Communications and Campaigns Manager

lisa@europeanmovement.ie

Lisa joined EM Ireland in February 2019. Lisa has a broad range of experience in communications, campaigning, education and Irish language activism/ education.

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She worked on communications and academic scholarships with the National University of Ireland and served both as PRO and Treasurer for 6 years on the Board of the Irish Fulbright Alumni Association . She was Communications Manager of Gaeil ar son Rogha, the Irish language branch of the Together for Yes Referendum Campaign and also worked on communications with Tá Comhionannas, the Irish language branch of the 2015 Yes Equality Referendum Campaign. Lisa was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Connecticut and later worked with the Fulbright Commission in Ireland. A fluent Irish speaker she taught Irish language and literature in third level institutions including Trinity College Dublin, UCD and Maynooth University. Lisa completed with a BA in Modern Irish and Philosophy from Trinity College Dublin, an MA in Communications through Irish from UCD and a diploma in Digital Marketing with The Irish Times.

Tá réimse leathan taithí ag Lisa i gcúrsaí cumarsáide, feachtasaíochta, oideachais agus gníomhaíocht/oideachas na Gaeilge.

D’oibrigh sí ar chúrsaí cumarsáide agus scoláireacht acadúil le hOllscoil na hÉireann agus tá sí mar Oifigeach Caidreamh Poiblí ar Bhord Chumann Iarscoláirí na hÉireann. Bhí sí mar Bhainisteoir Cumarsáide le Gaeil ar son Rogha, le craobh Gaeilge an fheachtais reifrinn Together for Yes agus d’oibrigh sí ar chúrsaí cumarsáide le Tá Comhionannas, craobh Gaeilge Feachtais Reifrinn Yes Equality 2015. Ba scoláire Fulbright í in Ollscoil Connecticut agus d’oibrigh sí le Coimisiún Fulbright na hÉireann ar ball. Cainteoir Gaeilge í, mhúin sí Gaeilge agus litríocht na Gaeilge in institiúidí tríú leibhéil, Coláiste na Tríonóide, COBÁC agus Ollscoil Mhá Nuad san áireamh. Rinne sí BA sa Nua-Ghaeilge agus san Fhealsúnacht i gColáiste na Tríonóide, MA i Scríobh agus Cumarsáid na Gaeilge i gCOBÁC agus dioplóma sa Mhargaíocht Digiteach leis an Irish Times.

Ciara Garry

Office Manager

ciara@europeanmovement.ie

Ciara joined EM Ireland in June 2019. Prior to working with EM Ireland, Ciara worked in both the Events and Entertainment Industries both at home and abroad.

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Ciara holds both an MA and BA from Maynooth University alongside qualifications in Online Marketing and Public Relations.

Rory Harte

Projects Manager

rory@europeanmovement.ie

Rory joined European Movement Ireland in December 2017. He has over ten years’ experience in communications consultancy, working in the UK, Belgium

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and New Zealand with a focus on public affairs, political consultancy and social change communications. Most recently, while based in London, he worked with governmental clients in the UK, the EU and Africa on crucial issues facing society, including extremism, deforestation, migration, and tribalism. Prior to this, he led the European Green Party’s media team in Brussels, working closely with member parties in EU Member States and beyond.
Rory holds an undergraduate degree in Journalism and Visual Media Communications.

Ryan Levis

Programmes and Communications Officer

ryan@europeanmovement.ie

Ryan joined EM Ireland in September 2015, first completing a stage and then a Scholarship. Now as Programmes and Communications Officer, Ryan works closely with the Communications Manager

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 in designing and driving effective communications strategies for the organisation, as well as coordinating the organisation’s flagship educational initiative, The Blue Star Programme. Ryan has graduated from University College of Cork with a Masters in International Relations.

Ciarán Murray

Ciarán joined EM Ireland in November 2017 as Events Stagiaire and then took up the position as Events Officer, which includes assisting with the organisation’s Future of Europe project.

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Prior to working at EM Ireland, Ciarán worked in banking and finance and as a Schuman Stagiaire in DG Finance in the European Parliament. Ciarán graduated from the Quinn School of Business, UCD with a Bachelor of Commerce International Hons.

Ciarán O’ Driscoll

Policy and Brexit Officer

codriscoll@europeanmovement.ie

Ciarán joined EM Ireland in October 2019. He has over eight years’ experience in EU policy tracking and research, his academic focus has been on policy process, in particular with the Common Fisheries Policy.

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 More recently he has published work on how Brexit will impact Ireland’s sea fisheries as part of the IIEA’s Emerging Voices Group. Prior to joining EM Ireland, Ciarán was the economic research Officer at the Irish Maritime Development Office which involved producing research on Brexit’s impact on Ireland’s use of the landbridge. He has a number of years of lecturing experience having lectured on the EU and integration studies in UCD. He holds a masters in European integration from the University of Limerick.