People at Meath Enterprise – Meet The Team
Gary O’Meara – CEO Meath Enterprise
He holds an Hons Degree in Business Administration & Management from the Technological University Dublin, a Post Graduate Diploma in Public Sector Administration and Government Management from the Institute of Public Administration and a Masters in Leadership & Strategy from the National University of Ireland (UCD). He also holds various qualifications Project Management, Finance, Public Relations, Digital Media Production and has studied Entrepreneurship with Harvard University & Ecosystem Development with MIT Sloan.
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 an active member of various local, regional & national boards, steering committee’s & working groups for same.
She received her education at the Lagos State University with a master’s degree MBA (Human Resources) and Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology from Ahmadu Bello University Nigeria. She also has a certificate in Customer service from the open college Dublin. She is currently studying a Post Grad. diploma in Social Policy and Practice in Trinity College Dublin. Felicia is amiable, she also passionate about singing and dancing.
Her values are honesty, hard work and integrity. She believes that by applying these values to everyday life and in the work, she is involved with can create something very special.
Helena was born, reared and still lives in Bailieborough in Co Cavan, the daughter of a local farmer. It’s no surprise that she developed a passion for food and food agri. Growing up on a farm you appreciate food and the hard work and the dedication that goes into producing it. One of her fondest memories was visiting the local creamery as a child delivering the milk and that’s were her passion for science and food first developed.
Her hobbies are Pilates and walks in the local parks.
Grace enjoys country life alongside her parents, on their sheep and suckler-to-beef farm in north Meath.