Mary MCAleese is one of Irelands most prominent and important voices. As 8th President of Ireland she championed inclusion, civil liberties, justice and reconciliation, with a special emphasis on building bridges between the North and South of Ireland.
She is an award winning academic and author, and has gained the (correct) reputation for being someone who is able to understand and communicate with all levels of society. She is currently serving as Chancellor of Trinity College, her Alma Mater, and is a member of Council of Women World Leaders. As a strong advocate for women’s rights, social inclusion and equality, we are delighted that Mary is joining us at this years Good Summit.
Former President of Ireland, Chancellor Trinity College University of Dublin
Former Prime Minister of Australia
Former editor The Guardian newspaper, Principal Lady Margaret Hall Oxford
Co–Founder + CEO KeepAppy
Author ‘Humanology’ – A Scientist’s Guide to Our Amazing Existence’
Founders What The Hack
Founder + Exec Chair, Pulse Learning. Founder, Cycle Against Suicide, I AM HERE
TV Sports Pundit + Positive Mental Health Advocate
Activist & Environmentalist
Author + Community Arts Activist
Chancellor Dublin City University, former Seanad Senator.
Social Enterprise ecosystem facilitator
Creator of ‘The Critter Shed’
Digital Innovator and Implementor, CEO of Digital Doddle and Co–founder of Tech for Good Dublin.
The Good Summit Good Hackathon
CEO of the Irish Social Enterprise Network
Founder, We Make Good Happen
Visualisation Facilitator / Graphic Recorder
Founder and CEO of the World Health Innovation Summit
Entrepreneur, Consultant, CEO I AM HERE, former international rugby player
Chief Advocate of World Vision Australia: ‘Working with governments and corporates for good.’
Director of Trinity Centre for the Environment, Professor of Geology, TCD
Digital Strategy & Diversity Ambassador
Co–Founder The Good Summit
Former VP Trinity College + Ethicist, Professor of Ecumenics
CEO, Bytes. Ireland
Co–Founder The Good Summit + Chaplain In Residence Trinity College Dublin
CEO – Social Innovation Fund Ireland
Ireland Correspondent at Sky News
Professor of Engineering, Director RICI project