Christina Kenny, Chief People Officer; Aisling Deasy, Chief Information Officer and Petrina Tinney, Chief Operations Officer, Abtran (Photo: Michael O’Sullivan)
Business & Finance highlights notable new appointments at Abtran and Ryanair.
Aisling Deasy, Chief Information Officer
Petrina Tinney, Chief Operations Officer
Christina Kenny, Chief People Officer
Abtran has announced three senior appointments to its ranks. Aisling Deasy is now Chief Information Officer, Petrina Tinney is Chief Operations Officer and Christina Kenny is Chief People Officer.
I welcome Christina, Petrina and Aisling to these key senior roles within our leadership team. We are continuing to invest in the future of our business in terms of people, technology and facilities as we target further growth at home and abroad. Each of these highly-skilled executives bring excellent experience, insight and expertise to our organisation which is very important as we enter our next phase of growth and development.
―Pat Ryan, CEO, Abtran
Deasy was previously Director of Digital Services and Data Analytics at Abtran and Operations Director at TVTextbook. She also was part of Business & Finance‘s CIO 100 listing for 2018.
Tinney was formerly Director of Shared Services and Supply Chain Transformation at eir and a member of the Microsoft Global Operations Leadership Team.
Prior to her new role as Chief People Officer, Kenny was Chief People Officer for Voxpro and Senior Vice President and Chief Administration Officer for The NTR Group in Ireland and the United States.
Róisín Brennan, Non-executive Director
Ryanair has announced the appointment of Róisín Brennan as non-executive director.
Brennan is currently a non-executive director of Coillte, Musgrave Group and Dell Bank International. She was a former Chief Executive of IBI Corporate and non-executive director of DCC.
We are pleased to welcome Róisín Brennan to the Board of Ryanair Holdings. Given Róisín’s considerable experience and skills in the field of finance and as a non-executive Director, she will, I believe, be a significant and valuable addition to both our Board and Audit Committee. Róisín will go forward for shareholder approval at our September 2018 AGM. In the meantime, we all look forward to working closely with Róisín to grow Ryanair safely and profitably in the best interests of our customers, our people, and our shareholders.
―David Bonderman, Chairman, Ryanair
As a chartered accountant, Brennan will join Ryanair’s Audit Committee.