Eithne Scott-Lennon (Chairman)
Eithne Scott-Lennon is a career hotelier and owner of Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel in Killiney. She has a broad range of experience in business, tourism and hospitality and currently serves on the Board of the National Tourism Development Authority (Failte Ireland). Eithne is married and has four sons.
Dr. Peter Brennan
Dr. Peter Brennan is Managing Director of EPS Consulting, a public policy consultancy based in Sandycove and co-owner of Bid Management Services, a consultancy that offers advices to companies about procurement and tender bids. He is a founder member of the Public Policy Advisors Network, former President of Dublin Chamber and chaire of Dublin Chamber Transport Committee. For over 20 years, Peter worked in Brussels with IBEC and the Department of Foreign Affairs.
Gerry Dunne (CEO)
Gerry Dunne was appointed CEO in March 2009. Gerry brings extensive executive Board experience having served on a number of Boards in market sectors such as Education, Communications, and Food. Gerry is married and lives in Monkstown.
Pam Kearney was appointed to the Board in December 2012. She is a Partner in Optimum Asset Managers, a niche consultancy practice providing international asset management services. She is also Chairperson of DLR Properties Ltd and a director of Fluid Software Ltd. Pam has previously served as a director of a number of companies including Coillte, Bord na Mona, Headway, Dublin Chamber of Commerce and the Dublin Institute of Technology’s Governing Body. Pam is a qualified accountant and member of the Institute of Taxation in Ireland.
Justin McKenna is a solicitor at the Dún Laoghaire-based solicitor practice, Partners at Law.
Mark Finan who is a barrister-at-law with particular expertise in regulatory compliance, European and international law. He lives in Monkstown, Co Dublin.
Don McManus is Chairperson of Dún Laoghaire Business Improvement District (BID). He is from Dún Laoghaire, and is Managing Director of his family-owned business which has operated in Dun Laoghaire since 1928.
James Jordan is a retired SIPTU trade union official and continues to be a community activist in the Dún Laoghaire area. He lives in Glenagaery, Co Dublin.