Susuana Olatunji Komolafe is CEO of Afro Diaspora Center Ireland.
Sr. Helen Culhane is a counsellor, psychotherapist and Director of the Children’s Grief Centre.
Jack Kavanagh works with Johnson and Johnson Innovation, sits on the board of the National Disability Authority and speaks on topics including resilience, personal leadership and personal growth.
Joanne Hession founded and is currently CEO of LiFT Ireland, a national initiative to raise the level of leadership across the nation.
Noelle O’Connell is Executive Director of European Movement Ireland.
Sorcha Kavanagh is Coordinator with the Conscious Cup Campaign which aims to reduce waste and encourage reuse with consumers and cafes nationwide.
Tracy Keogh is a co-organiser of Grow Remote, a community project opening up the regions of Ireland to companies who hire remotely.
Alex Cooney is co-founder and CEO of CyberSafeIreland which aims to empower children to be stronger, smarter and safer online.
Brendan Dunford is a conservationist, co-founder and secretary of the Burrenbeo Trust, Ireland’s only landscape-based charity and is manager of the Burren Programme.
Deborah Somorin is a Senior Associate at PwC and founder of not-for-profit Empower the Family.
Catherine Cox is Head of Communications and Carer Engagement at Family Carers Ireland
Sinead McCoy is Clean Coasts programme manager with An Taisce, engaging communities and individuals in the protection of Ireland’s beaches, seas, waterways and marine life.
Margaret Kissane is founding owner of Connect Publications which she established in 2014.
Susan HayesCulleton, CFA, “The Positive Economist” is Managing Director of the Hayes Culleton Group, providers of training, speaking and content development services in financial markets, economics and entrepreneurship.
Caroline Sugrue is Operations Director with DCS Group, an energy solutions provider and is also Chairperson of Cara Credit Union, located in Co.Kerry.
Pádraig McGillicuddy is a tourism and hospitality industry professional with more than 20 years experience in various management roles both internationally and in Ireland.
Mary Davis is the CEO of Special Olympics International, a movement that currently serves nearly 5 million athletes with intellectual disabilities.
Stephen Cluskey is an award-winning entrepreneur, TEDx and public speaker and disability advocate.
Dr Clare Kambamettu is a clinical psychologist and in 2010 was selected as the International Rose of Tralee.
Nina Arwitz is CEO of Volunteer Ireland, the national volunteer development organisation that celebrates, supports and advances volunteering in Ireland.
Aidan Kelly is President of Tralee Chamber Alliance and is a qualified financial advisor and a fellow of the Life Insurance Association since 2004.
Barrie Rogers is Managing Director of Chia Bia which he founded in 2009. Chia Bia is one of Europe’s largest suppliers of chia seeds.
Deirdre Garvey is the founding Chief Executive Officer of charitable non-profit The Wheel, Ireland’s association of charities, community and voluntary organisations.
John Lonergan served in the Irish Prison Service for over 42 years. He was Governor of Mountjoy Prison for over 22 years.
Mary Lucey is the first female Principal in Kerry College of Further Education and has an excellent track record of over 20 years experience working in the third-level sector.
Colm O’Brien is the founder of Carambola – School Lunches Sorted which supplies packed lunches to 32,000 children daily all over Ireland.
Louis Byrne is founder and Managing Director of LB Retailing Limited, a Tralee based company operating 3 retail convenience stores under the SPAR brand.
Jim Garvey is a Director of the Garvey Group which was founded 1965 by Tomas Garvey from a corner shop in Dingle, Kerry, but now comprises nine Stores.
Dan O’Donoghue is a leading trainer in Ireland in the field of Networking & Referral Generation and also a Certified Network Trainer with Asentiv Worldwide.
Caroline Lynch was instrumental in setting up the hugely successful Junior Parkrun in Tralee.