Fiachra O Riordan
Fiachra is the newly appointed CEO of the foundation and is a highly experienced Chief Executive Officer. Fiachra is committed to the promotion of philanthropy to support the work of St James`s Hospital and the future of health care in Ireland.
Prior to joining St James`s Hospital Foundation, Fiachra was CEO for 11 years of The Sunday Business Post, Ireland`s leading business newspaper devoted to business, politics and economic developments. In 2011 Fiachra pioneered Ireland`s first on-line breaking business news service, The Daily Business Post www.businesspost.ie with an associated iPad app and paywall for The Sunday Business Post.
Fiachra can be contacted at 01 410 3954 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Claire manages and provides support to donors, fundraisers and research fund holders on behalf of the Foundation.
Claire worked as a volunteer with Citizens Information and Failte Isteach (teaching English to new migrants) and, after over 15 years working in the commercial sector, decided to change direction to the social impact sector. Claire holds a degree in BSc (Hons) Social Sciences. Claire can be contacted at: 01 410 3157 or email@example.com
Fundraising Events Manager
Jamie Conway is the Foundation’s Fundraising Events Manager. Jamie is responsible for our various fundraising events as well as providing support & guidance to the individuals & groups around the country that wish to raise funds in support of St James’s Hospital.
Having joined the team from the foundation at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin, Jamie has a built up a wide range of experience working in both the not for profit and commercial sectors.
If you are thinking about fundraising for St James’s Hospital, get in touch with Jamie, firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01 410 3936 / M: 083 477 7370
Samantha has worked in the area of accountancy for over 20 years. She has worked in both the private sector and in a self-employed capacity. She has worked here in St. James’s Hospital in the Haughton Institute since 2005. In 2009, she accepted the role of financial controller/ accountant for the St. James’s Hospital Foundation and continues to combine both these positions along with her own private practice.
Samantha graduated from Dublin Business School and continues to take part in on-going training in accountancy as part of her continued professional development. She abides by the code of ethics of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, (A.C.C.A). Samantha is committed to providing a professional service in keeping with best practice accountancy guidelines. Samantha can be contacted at 01 410 3979