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Dr W G O’Hare CBE DL FRICS
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Joined Warrenpoint Port as CEO in August 2019.
A business school graduate of Portsmouth University, with under- and post-graduate-time spent in Germany, the Far East and the US.
David has worked in senior operational roles in Irish & UK plc’s as well as most recently in a large local NI family owned business.
Previous Chair of NIBC & long serving fund raiser of the all Ireland charity IBBS up until 2019.
Looking forward to embracing the Port challenges and developing it for the benefit of all stakeholders
A graduate in Business Administration and Computer Science from Queen’s University Belfast, Kieran continued his studies in University of Ulster, Jordanstown where he obtained Post-Graduate Diplomas in Accountancy and Advanced Accountancy. Kieran qualified as a Chartered Management Accountant within 2 years of joining Norbrook Laboratories where he spent a total of 10 years working in various roles within the Group Finance department. Kieran joined the Harbour Authority in 2003 as Financial Controller and was appointed to the Board in October 2007. Kieran has completed the Chartered Institute of Directors certificate and diploma examinations. He is also a Director of Newry Chamber of Commerce & Trade.
Richard is an Associate Director in the Ulster University Economic Policy Centre. He leads the UUEPC research programme on Competitiveness, Corporation Tax and the Knowledge Economy and lectures on Economic Policy development.
Cllr Glyn Hanna
Councillor Glynn Hanna
I was elected as councillor to Newry Mourne and Down council in May 2014. I sit on the council planning committee, I also am on the Enterprise, Regeneration and Tourist committee. I own and have ran a business in the motor trade for 30 years. I am on the boards of River Valley Development, and Mourne Stimulus.
Cllr Karen McKevitt
Councillor Karen McKevitt
Ms Donaghy was formerly Chief Executive of the Confederation of Community Groups, Newry & Mourne and has previously held a number of Public appointments. Until recently she served as a Commissioner with the Charity Commission for N.I. and is currently a Non-Executive Director with the Southern Health and Social Care Trust for which she receives remuneration of £8,285 per annum. Ms Donaghy has wide experience in community development. Ms Donaghy will bring the following skills and knowledge to the WHA role, human resources management, business and strategy development and governance and performance management.
Ms Donaghy served a previous four year term on the WHA Board from 2012 to 2016
David Gray is a Chartered Accountant recently retired from RSM UK LLP where he was Head of External Audit and Corporate Governance Services in the Belfast office. He has previously held a number of Northern Ireland Public Appointments, this included appointments within the Departments of Justice and Health. He was also a former Non-Executive Member of the Department for Infrastructure’s Departmental Board. Mr Gray will bring the following skills and knowledge to the WHA role, financial and risk management, dispute resolution, corporate governance and strategy.