Monthly Archives: July 2012

Rachel Madden, Google

Rachel Madden currently works in Google as an Online Media Associate. Rachel graduated from UCD in 2010 after studying Business and Legal Studies for four years. After graduating, Rachel spent 6 months as a marketing intern for an Irish online … Continue reading

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Rosie Hand, Dublin Institute of Technology

Rosie Hand is Programme Co-ordinator of the M.Sc. Advertising and Postgraduate Diploma in Advertising and Digital Communication at the Dublin Institute of Technology. She lectures in Marketing, Marketing Communications, Digital Communications and International Business at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Her industry … Continue reading

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Clara McCarthy, LinkedIn

Many people assume I’m a girlie girl yet I love to surprise people by doing things like sky-diving, trekking in glaciers and backpacking for 6 months with the bare minimum (well; 2 pairs of shoes; flipflops and hiking boots). An … Continue reading

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Sarah Harte, Media and Communications Officer

Sarah Harte is Media & Communications Officer with Plan Ireland. Sarah went to DCU to study International Business & Languages (German and French) and spent her Erasmus year in northern Germany. In 2005, Sarah took up a marketing position in Tourism Ireland’s Brussels office, … Continue reading

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Keelin Shanley, RTE journalist

Three time IFTA award winner, Keelin Shanley works as a journalist in RTE Television and Radio. She currently presents The Consumer Show. Working with RTÉ’s flagship current affairs television programme, Prime Time, she has made a number of landmark documentaries … Continue reading

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