Project Manager of the Brown Thomas App and the Arnotts App with previous positions as E-Commerce Product Manager with Monsoon Consulting and App Product Manager with Vodafone
Critical Incident Manager, EMEA at Salesforce,
Anne Marie Graham
Network Ireland, Dublin President in 2019, Anne Marie successfully sold her company The Healthforce Group in 2015 to Healthcare Screening Ireland and worked as General Manager of the company until May 2019. Anne Marie has gone on to set up her second business in Executive & Leadership training and coaching and now works with a number of Corporate organisations across a wide variety of sectors both Nationally and Internationally, helping them to develop a Leadership strategy that maximises the benefits and value of best practice for employee performance and productivity. Anne Marie trained in Nursing at Beaumont Hospital Dublin, and further achieved an Honours Degree in Health Studies from London’s Royal College of Nursing, as well as a Masters in Occupational Health. She is a best-selling Author and an experienced Speaker and Trainer.
Business orientated professional with over 20 years sales and recruitment experience in the US, the UK and Ireland.
Strong background in Business Development and Sales with extensive experience in Recruitment, On-Boarding and Talent Management.
A Technology recruiter first and foremost with experience in other industries such as Gaming, Finance, Pharma, Retail, Insurance, Manufacturing and AI.
Proven ability to source hard to find candidates and to deliver recruitment solutions to both multinationals and SME’s, helping companies to grow and succeed through their people.
Fania Stoney is currently a Consultant with Great Place to Work. Over the past number of years she has been building an expertise in organisational culture across a range of sectors and size of organisations. In her current role she provides feedback to clients about the potential high performance of their culture, acting as a trainer to support workplace improvement teams and delivering consultancy advice to enable the development of improvement strategies and initiatives. For those who are successfully recognised as a Great Place to Work, Fania works with these organisations to support them in best leveraging their recognition to align with their Employer Brand from both an internal and external perspective.
Previously, Fania worked in the Non-Profit sector for a number of years. Demonstrating core humanitarian competencies, she brought an understanding of context, achieving results, and self-management in pressurised situations and an ever-changing environment. Core elements of the work included developing and maintaining collaborative relationships across multiple stakeholders, as well as leading dynamic groups and teams through a range of projects and processes.
Carol is a qualified management accountant with over 20 years experience in business management. She is currently self employed as a business consultant specialising in strategic planning, governance and quality. Her qualifications include an Executive MBA from Smurfit Business School , and an MSc in Quality from the Royal College of Surgeons.