Vice-Chairperson – Róisin Glynn
Ms. Roisin Glynn
Current Position on Board
Current Position/Job Title
Senior Business Manager at AIB
I am currently Business Manager to the Managing Director of Homes & Consumer Banking in AIB, ensuring delivery on strategic projects in the Homes and Consumer business. Homes is responsible for meeting the Homes needs of all our customers across AIB, EBS and Haven brands.
Previous Position/Job Title
• Senior Business Manager to MD Homes & Consumer Banking
• Head of Social Media at AIB
• Digital Brand Manager at AIB
• Marketing Executive at Davy
Current Membership of any Boards/Committees
• MDI Board
Previous Membership of any Boards/Committees
• MDI Board 23/09/2019 – 12/09/2020 (AGM)
Why I want to be on the Board of Muscular Dystrophy Ireland:
I believe that MDI provides a vitally important service for people with muscular dystrophy and their families. As someone who has a family member living with MD, I see the value and importance of MDI in supporting its member base and promoting independent living through a wide range of services.
What I bring to the Board of Muscular Dystrophy Ireland as a Director:
I have worked in AIB for a number of years in strategic roles and have extensive experience working in Marketing but also have worked closely with HR, finance and our strategy teams, all these things would be beneficial to the MDI board. As well as my professional experience I am passionate about the work that MDI do having grown up with my sister who suffers from MD and I am keen to contribute in whatever way I can to ensuring the continued success of the organisation.
How I can help Muscular Dystrophy Ireland achieve its mission:
I can help MDI to deliver its mission by working with the board of the organisation with the management team to ensure MDI has a clear vision and strategy. I will ensure to live by the values that MDI believes in and dedicate time and energy to the board ensuring I carry out my duties and that the correct governance structures are in place to ensure the organisation is meeting member needs.