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News: Irish Women’s Awards

Niamh O'Sullivan.

By Sharon Ní Chonchúir, Contributor
March / April 2020

Ireland’s inspiring women were celebrated at the second Irish Women’s Awards on January 29. In a ceremony that took place at the Blanchardstown Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dublin, 32 awards were presented to women working in business, the professions, the civil service, the arts, and philanthropy.

The awards were founded by Creative Oceanic, whose CEO Irfan Younis said: “Congratulations to all the winners and finalists at the Irish Women’s Awards 2020. We were delighted to host exceptional finalists who make brilliant role models and are leading a new generation of women and girls to greater success and more open doors.”

This year’s winners included Niamh O’Sullivan, the curator of Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University, who was recognized for her contribution to arts and culture. Niamh Muldoon, CEO of the Veterinary Council of Ireland, was presented with the award for CEO of the Year. The founder and CEO of Pharmapod Leonora O’Brien was named Businesswoman of the Year and Caoimhe de Barra, the CEO of Trócaire, was honored for her services to charity. 

One Response to “News: Irish Women’s Awards”

  1. Ann Hickey says:

    I am interested in the nomination process for the 2021 awards. How does it work?
    go raibh maith agaibh!

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