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Fiona Doyle appointed president of Network Ireland Limerick



Network Ireland Limerick elects Fiona Doyle as President and was presented with the chain of office by outgoing president Karen Ronan Brosnahan. Photo: Paul Mullins Photography 

Network Ireland Limerick, the forum for women in business, the professions and the arts, elects Fiona Doyle as President

Network Ireland Limerick, the forum for women in business, the professions and the arts, elects Fiona Doyle as President
Fiona Doyle, President 2024, Network Ireland, Limerick, and Eve Stafford, Deputy President, Network Ireland Limerick. Photo: Paul Mullins Photography 

The Limerick based Business woman and Teacher was presented with the chain of office by outgoing president Karen Ronan Brosnahan.  Eve Stafford, Soprano, has been confirmed as Vice President of Network Ireland Limerick for the year.

Fiona Doyle is a qualified international personal stylist and primary school teacher. Having received a Bachelor of Education degree in Mary Immaculate College, Limerick and a H Dip in Business Management Fiona has also trained as personal stylist with style academies in the fashion capital cities – London and Milan and has received accreditations from style academies in Ireland, France and America. Fiona also has a background in sales and marketing.

Speaking about her appointment, Ms Doyle said, “it is an honour to be elected President of Network Limerick, Ireland.It is a wonderful time to be involved in a dynamic, growing network of like-minded women like we are fortunate to have in Limerick. I am focussed on nurturing that network and helping women to support women in their businesses and careers throughout Limerick City and County.”




As President of the Network Ireland Limerick, Fiona will be responsible for fostering the aims and objectives of Network Ireland, representing the Limerick branch at National Executive meetings and overseeing the smooth running of monthly events locally. Incorporating relevant and inspiring events into the calendar has been a big part of Fiona’s plans for 2024. Among the topics that will be touched upon are Mental health and resilience, Mindset, Leadership and Performance, Health and Nutrition, Self Image, social media , marketing and branding. Meanwhile, the themes for 2024 also are sustainability, diversity, inclusion, and creativity.  

“In January we are looking forward to welcoming Gina London, Emmy award-winning former CNN journalist and founder and CEO of Language of Leadership Ltd. Gina’s highly interactive presentation will offer attendees the opportunity to learn about the power of their own presentation and connection with others. I can’t think of a better way to kick off our New Year than by learning to communicate better with each other. We also will have inspiring guest speakers, panelists and showcase our own members as we go through the year, “she said.

Looking forward to her year as president, Ms. Doyle said, “It is my mission to keep building on the amazing work that the previous presidents before me have done, I would hope to increase membership in 2024 while retaining our current members having hit the 100 mark recently.”

“I am privileged to have a wonderful group of volunteers on our committee, and such supportive members in the Network. Membership of our branch has increased significantly in recent years. Pivotal to our local success is the sterling work of our voluntary committee. I am looking forward to continuing with and contributing to the legacy that has gone before me,” she continued.

“I look forward to working with our wonderful sponsors LEO Limerick and AIB who support the organisation at both a national and regional level and whose support has contributed greatly to our success to date,” Ms Doyle concluded.

Membership of Network Ireland Limerick is made up of a very diverse group of women from across the Mid-West, from budding entrepreneurs to SME owners and from professionals and leaders in large organisations to non profits, charities, arts and the public sector.

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