People at Meath Enterprise

Gary O’Meara

Gary O’Meara

Gary joined the company as Manager in June 2012. He has almost 25 years’ experience managing and developing businesses across multiple sectors from manufacturing, supply chain logistics, HR / recruitment, media advertising, marketing, public relations, digital media, community & social enterprise, facilities management, event management and regional enterprise development. He has started, scaled and exited a number of businesses and has experience managing a wide variety of projects for commercial and non-profit organisations in Ireland, UK and the USA.

Gary is a serial volunteer who dedicates a large proportion of time, passion and energy to supporting local sports associations, community & business groups and entrepreneurs and would be a an active member of various local, regional & national boards, steering committee’s & working groups for same.

He holds an Hons Degree in Business Administration & Management from the Technological University Dublin, a Post Graduate Diploma in Public Sector Management from the Institute of Public Administration and is currently undergoing an MA in Leadership & Strategy. He also holds various qualifications in Legal Studies, Financial Trading, Project Management, Transport & Logistics, Public Relations, Digital Media Production and is a qualified member of the British Professional Photographers Association.

Gary is currently CEO of Meath Enterprise and Managing Director of the new Boyne Valley Food Innovation District. He is also Chairperson of Ireland’s National Association of Community Enterprise Centres (NACEC), a member of the governments SME & Entrepreneurship Consultation Group (SMEe), the national partner and advisor for Startup Genome and an active member of the Institute of Directors in Ireland.

Susan Gleeson

Susan joined the Navan Enterprise Centre as Office Administrator in June 2004 on a part time basis. Having previously worked in office administration with the Meath County Enterprise Board, St. Columban’s College Navan, and the Irish Embassy in Beijing China she has gained invaluable experience in all aspects of office procedures which facilitate the smooth day to day running of the Navan Enterprise Centre office.

Felicia Ogboru

Felicia joined the Meath Enterprise Centre as front of house Receptionist in July 2015 under the JobBridge scheme, having worked as administrator/coach, human resources officer, public relations manager and marketing officer at different stages of her life. She has developed excellent communication and interpersonal skills to promote positive working relationship, she also has exceptional ability to prioritise and juggle multiple tasks.

Felicia holds Master’s degree MBA (Human Resources) from Lagos State University and Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology from Ahmadu Bello University Nigeria both recognised by quality and qualifications Ireland, as well as QQI level 5 in Cloud Computing.

Felicia is amiable, she also passionate about singing and dancing.

Ciarán Breslin

Ciarán Breslin

Ciarán joined Meath Enterprise in June 2016 in the role of Facilities Coordinator. A native and resident of Navan, Ciarán has experience of being self employed as well as working in some large multinational companies.

He is very passionate about his role in Meath Enterprise and is determined that both Centres and supporting events are coordinated as smoothly as possible.

In his spare time Ciarán likes to play GAA and read the odd sports autobiography.

Aishling Monaghan

Aishling Monaghan joined Meath Enterprise as the Office Administrator for our Kells Centre in 2019.
With over 20 years’ professional experience, Aishling has provided thorough and skilful support to senior executives in various sectors mainly in the Dublin region. Sales, Event Management, Digital Marketing and PR were all learned and used skills throughout her career to date.
Having experienced the highs and lows of starting her own business and helping others through the process, Aishling has gained invaluable experience to support, promote and develop enterprise and entrepreneurship at our Kells Centre.