Fiona is an experienced CEO, Director and Non Executive Director. Following a career in financial services In Ireland the UK and the USA Fiona was honoured to be appointed Director/CEO of the National Library of Ireland. In 2014 Fiona became the Founding Director of EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. In addition to this role Fiona co founded Myndserv a digital healthcare company and has since then continued to expanded her portfolio of non-executive directorships in Ireland and the United Kingdom.
Fiona brings over 25 years in financial services to her executive and non-executive roles on these UK and Irish Boards including The National Transport Authority in Dublin, The Registers of Scotland, The Driver and Vehicle Safety Agency in the UK, JK Funds and her role as an advisor to the Mayor of Bristol.
Fiona served as Chair of the Council of National Cultural Institutions and on the Board of the Association of Chief Executives of State Agencies in Ireland. Fiona also holds a law masters degree with expertise in the area of leadership and governance and combines extensive international experience with contemporary public/private sector knowledge. Fiona completed a governance fellowship at George Washington University in Washington DC and is listed in Cranfield University's FTSE 100 Women to Watch list. She was recently awarded a first class honours MSc in CyberPsychology.