New Chair of ABC’s Advisory Board

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New Chair of ABC’s Advisory Board
The National Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Centre is delighted to announce that Maureen King MBA has been appointed as the new Chair of the Centre’s Advisory Board. Maureen who is currently a member of the board and replaced Prof. Mona O’Moore who ends a three year term of office. Maureen has been appointed for the next three years and will support the Centre in implementing a new three year strategic plan.
Maureen is CEO of iTrust Ethics Ltd, who’s purpose is to do the right thing, the right way for the right reason. She has over 20 years’ experience in risk and compliance roles, holding senior positions of trust within the Telecommunications sector.  Maureen holds an Executive MBA from Dublin City University and is an accredited assessor of human rights principles with the Global Network Initiative.  Maureen acts and leads with a strong social conscience and is passionate about social justice – she is chair of the Board of HalfTimeTalk Charitable Movement, an active member of the Online Safety Advisory Group of the ISPCC and is a volunteer with the GAA for over 30 years.
Welcoming the appointment of Maureen as Chair, the Centre’s Director Prof. James O’Higgins Norman said that “Maureen is already a very committed and energetic member of the Centre’s board and has all the right experience and knowledge to ensure that we meet all of our strategic goals, I very much look forward to working with her”.

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