Our Advisory Council

Our Industry Advisory Council is made up of senior executives from many of the leading organisations in the Data Analytics sector. The role of the Advisory Council is to provide advice and guidance to the Institute.

The Advisory Council includes many of the leading figures in the analytics sector in Ireland:

Jonathan Duggan,
Chief Data & Analytics Officer, AIB

Karina Mc Ardle,
Head of IT Strategy and Architecture, Central Bank of Ireland

Eoin O’Reilly,
Partner, EY

Fiona Leheny,
Head of Data Services, NTMA

Ian Pepper,
Head of Strategy and Integration Architecture, Novartis

Brendan Scally,
Senior manager, Data Analytics, Permanent TSB

Brian Mullan,
Principal Data Analytics Manager, Microsoft

Sheamus Causer,
CEO DB Service Centre and Head of Analytics, Deutsche Bank

Daniel Sinnott,
Head of Analytics, Revenue Commissioners

Andrew O’Sullivan,
Chief Technology Officer, CSO

Philip Sharpe,
CEO, Sonalake

Paul Finn,
Head of Analytics, Version 1

Mark Higgins,
Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting

Jo O’Donovan,
Head of Analytics, Eir

Darren O’Neill,
Advisory Partner, PWC

Yvonne Harris,
Head of Customer Strategy and Capability, Irish Water

Marc Mullen,
VP Data and Analytics, DAA

Dave Hackett,
CEO, The Information Lab

Ken Norgrove,
Chief Executive, RSA Insurance

Donal Doyle,
Head of Big Data and Insights, Google

Colin Kane,
Head of Analytics, Bank of Ireland

Dave Fitzgerald,
Head of Analytics, VHI

Rory Martin,
Head of Strategic Insight, Sky

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AI in Healthcare

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