Clodagh Dunleavy

Clodagh Dunleavy

Clodagh is Director of Operations and enjoyed several years experience working across the Financial and Professional Services sectors before coming to JAI in 2007. A Project Management Professional, Clodagh has a Masters Degree from DCU in Work and Organisation Behaviour and Post Grad in Business Administration from UL. Clodagh has responsibility for the internal development of JAI and its people and ensures that the quality of services provided across the network to all stakeholders is consistent with JA high standards.

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Patricia Brandon

Patricia joined Junior Achievement Ireland in 2009 as the Office Administrator/Accounting, working between the Cavan and Dublin offices.  With over 25 years' financial experience, she is qualified as an Accounting Technician, Tax Technician and Payroll Technician.

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Emma McCarthy

A learning and teaching masters graduate, Emma has always been passionate about learning and education.  Emma’s primary degree is in English and French, she is CIPD and MBTI qualified and is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.  With more than ten years experience in the corporate training field, having worked with Deloitte and KPMG in Ireland; Emma is also a past JA volunteer.

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Helen Raftery

 Helen joined the Junior Achievement team in late 2012 having had the chance to teach at primary, secondary and third level and to work across the public, private and voluntary sectors.

Working with JAI's board of directors and an experienced senior management team, Helen's role as CEO is to ensure JAI continues to provide quality learning opportunities for those participating in our programmes and to work with staff to deliver the standard of service expected by all of JAI's supporters, sponsors, patrons, volunteers and schools.

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