Sheila Deegan (Secretary, since March 2012)
Declan Long (since April 2015)
Mary McCarthy (since March 2012)
Úna McCarthy (since April 2015)
Rosanne McDonnell (since December 2015)
Hugh Murray (since September 2017)
Mike Fitzpatrick is an artist, curator, academic and cultural producer. Head of Limerick School of Art and Design, LIT since 2009, a leading Irish Art School with a national and International reputation for excellence. In 2014 Director of Ireland's first National City of Culture, a transformative project for Limerick. Led Limerick's Bid for European Capital of Culture 2020. Irish Commissioner for the Venice Biennale on two occasions, in 2007 with the artist Gerard Byrne and in 2015, with Curator Woodrow Kernohan and artist Sean Lynch. As a Director/Curator of Limerick City Gallery of Art and Visual Art Curator with the Kilkenny Arts Festival curated over 80 exhibitions including artists such as Simon Starling, Vito Acconci, Caroline McCarthy, John Shinnors, Tina O’Connell, Lindsay Seers and Vivienne Dick. Education, exhibitions and residencies include the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, New York, PS1 Museum New York, Art in General, NY, IMMA, Museum of Modern Art, BIAD, Birmingham City University, University of Liverpool, Academia di Brera, Milan and Limerick School of Art and Design. A Clare man with a passionate interest in the game of Hurling.
Brian Haugh is a Limerick native with a burning desire to see the city realise its full potential. Over the years he has travelled widely across Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas and spent a number of years living in Wellington, New Zealand. During these travels Brian has been inspired by the people, places and cultures he has encountered, in particular by the manner in which communities are shaped by their environment. Brian returned to Limerick in 2012 and had been involved with a number of community and not for profit endeavours in the city. A qualified Chartered Accountant, Brian works with BDO Corporate Finance with a special interest in the healthcare sector. He has also acted as financial advisor to a number of not for profit organisations around financial management and governance.
Kevin Roland, Managing Director, Teneo Strategy, Dublin advises Teneo’s global executive clientele on strategic business priorities in Ireland and across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, to include building and executing government relations, public affairs, and political and economic risk efforts. Kevin returned to Ireland after having established and led Teneo’s Middle East and Africa practice in Dubai. Prior to joining Teneo, Mr. Roland served with distinction in the diplomatic corps of the U.S. Department of State at American embassies in Jordan, South Africa, Tunisia, Egypt, Iraq and the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs in Washington, D.C., receiving several State Department Superior Honor awards for his service. Kevin also served as the acting U.S. Consul General in Belfast, Northern Ireland, where he engaged with community, government and business across the region in support of shared strategic goals. Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Kevin and his family reside in New Quay, County Clare.