Killybegs native Adrian O’Carroll has been appointed to the Board of Governors and Guardians of the National Gallery of Ireland.
O’Carroll is one of four appointees that will serve a five-year term along with Dr Michelle D Cullen, Ms Margie McCarthy and Dr Sandra Collins.
Commenting on the appointments, Minister Martin said:
“I am delighted to announce the appointments of these dynamic candidates with a diversity of experience which will support the operations and ambition of the National Gallery of Ireland for the coming five years. I wish to congratulate all four appointees and thank them for taking on these important roles. I wish them the very best during their terms.”
Ms Mary Keane, Chairperson of the NGI Board of Governors and Guardians:
“The National Gallery of Ireland is a wonderfully dynamic and modern institution and I am delighted that we are announcing the appointment of Dr Sandra Collins, Dr Michelle D Cullen, Margie McCarthy and Adrian O’Carroll to the Board. These appointments bring a breadth of additional skills and governance experience to the Gallery as we concentrate on developing our next Strategic Plan and enabling our important work over the coming years.”