Chief Operating Officer of Shannon Group, Ray O’Driscoll has been appointed to the Board of Shannon Chamber.

Shannon Chamber held its twenty fifth Annual General Meeting on Thursday with O’Driscoll appointed to its Board of Directors at the meeting.

Ex officio President Mary Considine, CEO of Shannon Group plc, resigned from the Board following a ten-year tenure.

CEO of Shannon Chamber, Helen Downes stressed the importance of maintaining a link with Shannon Group in its board composition. “The contributions Ms Considine has made over the past ten years have been invaluable and insightful. We thank her for her involvement in so many key projects during her tenure. We now look forward to working alongside Mr O’Driscoll, who, since assuming the role of Chief Operating Officer with Shannon Group Plc has managed through an exceptionally challenging time and in so doing, is well attuned to the many issues currently facing Chamber members as they navigate their way through the pandemic”.

She added, “The addition of this new skill set will be a valuable asset to the board as we enhance our drive to support Shannon Chamber member companies into the future”.

Ray joined the Shannon Group in April 2014 as Managing Director of Shannon Commercial Properties and became Chief Operating Officer of Shannon Group in 2019. Prior to this, Ray had worked in the role of Finance and IT Director of Barry Group since 2004 and before this as Finance Director of Eurologic Systems Ltd. He qualified as a Certified Public Accountant and holds an MBA Degree from the University of Westminster, London.

Managing Partner of Sellors LLP, Stephen Keogh remains as President of the Chamber with Eoin Gavin (Vice President). They are joined on the Board by the CEO, Kevin Thompstone, Managing Director, the Thompstone Group, Claude Costelloe, General Manager, Zimmer Biomet Ireland, Damian Gleeson, Partner, Audit and Assurance, Grant Thornton, Mark Nolan, Managing Director, Dromoland Castle Hotel, Ian Barrett, Managing Director, Care You Ltd, David Brown, Self Employed Owner/Manager, Edmund Jennings, Managing Director, CREGG Group, Vivian Farrell, CEO, Modular Automation, Siobhan Roche, General Manager, PTG (Precision Tool Group), Órlaith Borthwick, Manager, Careers and Employability Service, Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) and O’Driscoll.

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