Pharmaceutical firm MSD has appointed former TD and minister of state Liz O’Donnell as Director of Policy, Government Affairs and Communications for its Irish operation. The company said Ms O’Donnell will be responsible for developing and delivering collaborative public affairs strategies
17 November 2016 23,949 people killed on Irish roads since 1959 This Sunday, the victims of road collisions across the globe will be remembered on ‘World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims’. To mark the day, the Road Safety
Martin Naughton chair of Glen Dimplex, Senator George Mitchell and Liz O’Donnell on the occasion of a lunch organised by Boston College and Notré Dame in Dublin at which Senator Mitchell was the keynote speaker in the Mansion House .
Liz recently launched a show for John McColgan in the RHA Gallery last week. It details the lives of those living in the West Bank and Gaza and the challenges and human rights abuses there. Drawing on visits to Jerusalem, Hebron,
Liz recently took part as a panellist in a conference on gender diversity in the construction industry. In the picture left to right tom Parlon director general of CIF. John o’Regan aECOM. Front left to right. Nicola Gillen AECOM. Claire
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In one of the most colourful road safety events of the year, the Road Safety Authority (RSA) today rewarded schoolchildren from ten primary schools for their efforts in making the roads safer across Ireland. Over 200 schoolchildren from primary schools
Superintendent Con O’Donohue, from An Garda Siochana Traffic Bureau (left) with Liz O’Donnell, Chairperson of the Road Safety Authority, Professor Oliver Carsten, from the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, Moyagh Murdock, Chief Executive of the Road Safety Authority
AIB Dublin Diversity Event to mark International Women’s Day 8 March 2016 Liz O’Donnell was invited to be Key Note Speaker at the Diversity Event at AIB Bankcentre, Dublin to mark International Women’s Day 8 March 2016.
Liz and Noel’s Lunch for Chernobyl Children International at Fire Restaurant, Dawson Street, Dublin 11 March 2016 A few pictures from Liz’s annual fundraiser for Chernobyl children International that took place in Fire Restaurant in Dublin. Over 200 supporters attended the