Siobhan Kinsella Named as New Chambers Ireland President

Chambers Ireland has congratulated Siobhan Kinsella on assuming the role of president of the organisation.Kinsella succeeds Niamh Boyle, Managing Director of the Reputations Agency, who held the position since 2016.

Commenting on the announcement, Chambers Ireland Chief Executive Ian Talbot said: “We’re delighted to welcome Siobhan as our new president and we look forward to working with her in furthering the goals and objectives of Chambers Ireland and the wider affiliated Chamber Network.

“Furthermore, on behalf of Chambers Ireland and our board of directors, I would like to extend my profound gratitude to Niamh for all her work throughout her role as president and we wish her the very best for the future.”

Siobhan joined the board of Chambers Ireland in 2014 and has also served as a Director of Fingal Dublin Chamber from 2007 to 2017 and as President from 2013 to 2015.

Bringing a wealth of experience to the role from her work as a commercial executive, with a background in change management and project delivery, Kinsella currently holds the position of Operations Director of The Noel Group, one of Ireland’s largest recruitment organisations, with eight offices across Ireland providing permanent workforce solutions.

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Kinsella has previously worked as a Director for The Cpl Institute, the learning and development branch of the recruitment firm Cpl Resources. Kinsella holds an MBA from the University of Wales.

Commenting on assuming her new role, Kinsella said: “Holding the presidency of Chambers Ireland is an exciting opportunity. As a Wexford native, and a long-time member of my local Chamber in Fingal, I’m proud of the work that chambers do around the county and as president, I look forward to supporting this work in the coming year.”