Hugo MacNeill, was a rugby union player who played for Ireland, Leinster, the French Barbarians and the British and Irish Lions during the 1980s. During the late 1970s he also played association football for University College Dublin and Dublin University. After retiring from sport, MacNeill went onto serve as a director for Goldman Sachs. He has also worked as a rugby pundit for TV3 and BBC Radio 5 Live
Tánaiste, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade.
A successful business–person and leading Irish philanthropist and activist
Peace Activist. Sport Against Racism, Ireland.
CEO DePaul International – one of the world’s largest homeless charities.
Author ‘Humanology’ – A Scientist’s Guide to Our Amazing Existence’
TV Sports Pundit + positive mental health advocate
Provost & President, Trinity College
Director, Trinity Access Program – bringing third level education to marginalised young people
Creator of ‘The Critter Shed’
Co–founder and CEO FoodCloud
Chair, World Health Innovation Summit
Dean of Research Trinity College, The University of Dublin
Digital Innovator and Implementor, CEO of Digital Doddle and Co–founder Tech for Good Dublin.
CEO of the Irish Social Enterprise Network
Former Rugby Union Player and Pundit, Former Director for Goldman Sachs
Academic Lead, Neurofiles Project
Founder, Unlike Minds
Activist & Environmentalist
Founder, We Make Good Happen
Visualisation Facilitator / Graphic Recorder
Co–Founder The Good Summit
Founder, One Small Step. Former Ireland and British & Irish Lions rugby player
Head of Marketing, Business in the Community Ireland
Co–Founder The Good Summit, Founder Youthspirit. Chaplain In Residence Trinity College Dublin
Director, UK NHS Mental Health Innovation and Improvement
Director, Social Nybble. Ireland
Ireland Correspondent at Sky News
Head of Social & Community Strategy at everymum
Founder of the Good Country, Honorary Professor of Political Science and Author