Roseann joined Women in Business NI soon after the organisation was formed in 2002. Over the next 6 years she worked as a voluntary Committee member and a voluntary Director of WIBNI. During this time Roseann held the roles of Vice Chair, Treasurer, Co-ordinator and Company Secretary. Roseann took on the role of Chief Executive in 2008.
Having been employed in marketing director and managing director roles, Roseann also established her own marketing consultancy before joining Women in Business NI.
Roseann is a Committee member of the Community Women’s Fund NI, was awarded a Belfast Business Fastest Top 50 award in 2011 for her work at WIBNI and was recently presented an Award by Minister Arlene Foster for Services to Enterprise at Young Entrepreneur Awards. She sits on Minister Farry’s expert panel for the Review of Apprenticeships and on the Panel for the Review of Youth Training.
Vicky has worked within the voluntary and social enterprise sectors for over 20 years. She is particularly interested in the importance of economic development, its role in creating not only wealth, but also social justice. Vicky has an MSc in Political Communication and recently completed an ILM in Practical Economics.
As business development manager, Jenny is responsible for identifying and developing the strategic growth within Women in Business. Maintaining and growing the network’s membership and optimising revenue streams as well as exploring opportunities for development and key partners.
Jenny studied Management with Business Law and has ten years experience managing a local charity. She is looking forward to meeting and working with the members and enticing new members to come on board.
Kate is currently studying Marketing at Ulster University and is on placement with women in business. She is particularly interested in business development with a passion for increasing entrepreneurship in Northern Ireland.
Niamh manages the day to day administration of the organisation including the events, memberships and the programmes.
Niamh holds a degree in Textile Design from University of Ulster, Belfast. She also has a an OCN qualification in business developmemt through the Belfast Enterprise Academy.
Niamh has a particular passion for working with women at the business start-up stage.
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