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Women in Media 2020
Celebrating Inspirational Irish Women
In association with Kilcooly's Country House Hotel, Ballybunion
2nd, 3rd & 4th October
Ballybunion, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Women in Media 2020
Women in Media 2020 has been pushed back to the 2nd, 3rd & 4th October 2020 from it's usual April time-frame, due to the unexpected Covid-19 pandemic. We will announce our new programme & guest speakers in due course.
Last year we were delighted to include contributions this year from Miriam O'Callaghan, Katie Hannon, Ciara Riordan, Mary Dundon, Justine McCarthy, Fr. Peter McVerry and more.
We would like to thank all those that attended the discussions and for making Women in Media 2019 a fantastic success and look forward to seeing you this October 2020.
We are also happy to announce that if you missed any of last years events - you can catch videos of them in our press media section below and we look forward to welcoming you to our next event.
Women in Media
Women in Media 2020 aims to further champion the positive effects that pioneering Women have made throughout the Irish Media.
In 2019 we had a plethora of guest speakers included Aisling Ryan, Mary Dundon, Bertie Ahern, Anne O'Leary, Ciara Riordan, Justine McCarthy, Fr. Peter McVerry , Katie Hannon, Sarah Carey and many more.
The 2019 Award Winners included
Mary Cummins Award was Katie Hannon
Joan Kennelly Award, Valerie O'Sullivan ~ Photographer
Social Media Award, Celine Crawford.
Women in Media 2020 has been pushed back to the 2nd, 3rd & 4th October 2020 from it's usual April time-frame, due to the unexpected Covid-19 pandemic. We will announce our programme in due course.
Women in Media 2019
Proud to bring inspirational speakers from across Ireland & Abroad
Exploration Geologist, Social Media Influencer & Twitch Streamer
Head of News at Independent News and Media
First Vice-President of the European Parliament
Co-founder of the I WISH Foundation.
Labour Party Housing & Local Government spokeswoman.
Technology Correspondent at NewsTalk.
Lecturer in politics with the Department of Government and Politics, University College Cork
Chief Executive of Kerry County Council
Author & columnist with the Irish Independent