Posts Tagged ‘Tom Moran’
Documents reveal the British thinking in relation to the IRA ceasefire, the Adams visa, the MacBride Principles, and appointment of Mitchell as special envoy. By Niall O’Dowd, Publisher Newly released files in Northern Ireland show the underground war the British waged to stop the Gerry Adams U.S. visa in 1994 and prevent a special U.S.Read more..
By Niall O’Dowd, Publisher Irish America and President Joe Biden urgently need to reach out to unionism and loyalism in Northern Ireland to help bring political stability and repeat the success of the Clinton/Irish-America axis from the early 1990s. In the throes of the Brexit crisis, Biden is the one outside player who could makeRead more..
Caron Treatment Centers’ annual NYC gala. ℘℘℘ Caron Treatment Centers, an addiction recovery center, hosted its annual NYC gala dinner at Cipriani 42nd Street on May 8, 2019, and renamed its prestigious music award for the late Thomas J. Moran, business leader, philanthropist, and much-loved member of the Irish-American community, who passed away in AugustRead more..
Recent passings in the Irish and Irish American communities. ℘℘℘ William Flynn 1927-2018 Bill Flynn’s approach to business was always a human one. Colleagues called him a fair leader, attuned to the customer’s needs and concerns, which allowed him to look at the industry in ways that eluded others. In his 2008 interview withRead more..
The news of Tom Moran’s death just after midnight on Sunday, August 12, hit hard. He is a great loss to the Irish, and larger community, where he was a giant supporter of everything – from arts and education, and peace in Northern Ireland – to bringing relief to troubled spots in around the globe. Tom, whoRead more..
Tom Moran, a perennial figure on Irish America’s Business 100 list and a member of our Hall of Fame, received an honorary degree in humane letters from his alma mater, Manhattan College, and delivered the annual undergraduate commencement speech to the class of 2017 in May (right). Moran, who earned a B.S. in math inRead more..
Two Irish America Business 100 honorees have been unanimously elected chair of the board of directors and chief executive officer of the non-profit international humanitarian organization Concern Worldwide U.S., an independent affiliate of the Dublin-based Concern Worldwide, as part of a planned leadership succession plan. Joanna Geraghty, who currently serves as JetBlue’s executive vice presidentRead more..
Thomas J. Moran has been chairman of Mutual of America since March 2016, and was appointed chairman of the board in 2005. During more than three decades of service, over which he also served as president, CEO, and COO, Tom has participated in Mutual’s growth from a small retirement association to a mutual life insuranceRead more..
Concern Worldwide U.S., the Irish relief organization, held its 20th annual Seeds of Hope Award Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York on November 29. John Greed, president and CEO of Mutual of America was honored. Greed, pictured above (left) with Anne Anderson, Ireland’s ambassador to the U.S., and Tom Moran, chairman ofRead more..
John Greed, president of Mutual of America, was named CEO in March, succeeding Tom Moran, who is retiring after 21 years in the position. Mr. Moran, who will stay on as chairman of the board of directors, spent the past four decades with Mutual of America, having joined the company in 1975, one year afterRead more..