“What Ireland Needs To Nurture Its Spirit?” With Mark Hederman i

“What Ireland Needs To Nurture Its Spirit?” With Mark Hederman i


When?

Start time: Wednesday 19:30 (22 November)
End time: Wednesday 21:00 (22 November)

Where?

the Sanctuary
Stanhope Street, Dublin
Religion

About

Running from 7:30pm to 9pm on Weds Nov 22nd in Smock Alley

Price : €30.00

Dom Mark Patrick Hederman, OSB is the former Abbot of Glenstal Abbey, County Limerick, Ireland. He is a Benedictine monk, teacher, lecturer and writer. Formerly headmaster of the school at Glenstal, he was later named academic dean. Come along for a night of shared wisdom and reflection.

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Dom Mark Patrick Hederman, OSB is the former Abbot of Glenstal Abbey, County Limerick, Ireland. He is a Benedictine monk, teacher, lecturer and writer. Formerly headmaster of the school at Glenstal, he was later named academic dean. Come along for a night of shared wisdom and reflection.

The talk will be followed by responses from special guests.

Justin McAleese

Justin is a PwC trained chartered accountant and is currently Director of Investor Relations at Granahan McCourt Capital and Head of Operations of one of its portfolio companies. In the period 2011 to 2016, Justin held various positions at Ryanair including Head of Investor Relations and Purchasing, and Executive Assistant to the CEO.

In 2015, Justin was actively involved in the marriage equality referendum, serving as joint constituency co-ordinator of the Yes Equality Campaign in the Dublin Bay South constituency. Justin is a council member of the President’s Award – Gaisce, an alumnus of the Washington Ireland Program and holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree and Master of Accounting Degree from University College Dublin.

Emma Farrell

Emma has been working in the area of youth mental health for more than a decade. She is currently education and training officer at Jigsaw, The National Centre for Youth Mental Health, an organisation she has been involved in since its inception in 2006. She is also a Visiting Research Fellow at the School of Education, Trinity College Dublin. Emma was awarded a Ph.D. from the School of Education Trinity College Dublin for her research which adopted a hermeneutic phenomenological approach to understanding the lived experiences of people with mental health difficulties. This work particularly focused on how individuals create meaning from what are often the most complex and unknown of human experiences.



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