July 14, 2024

A Donegal native has been appointed to one of the crucial senior positions within the British & Irish Lions rugby organisation. 

Clare McMonagle, from Letterkenny, is their new Chief Monetary Officer (CFO).

She joins at an thrilling time for the British & Irish Lions, with lower than two years to go to the eagerly anticipated 2025 Tour to Australia.

“I’m delighted to be becoming a member of such an iconic and globally famend sporting model as The British & Irish Lions throughout what’s a particularly thrilling interval for the organisation,” she stated.

“As a eager rugby fan, this position is a really thrilling milestone in my profession. I look ahead to working with Ben Calveley (CEO) and the broader govt crew as we construct in the direction of Australia in 2025 in addition to supporting the supply of wider strategic priorities for the organisation.”

Ms McMonagle has intensive expertise throughout the monetary trade. Previous to her newest appointment, she labored with CarTrawler, a worldwide B2B supplier of automotive rental and mobility options to the journey trade.

She additionally has intensive expertise throughout the Australian market having beforehand spent 4 years at Brookfield Multiplex – one of many largest development firms in Australia, whereas she additionally served as CFO at MPA Development Group, a number one Australian mission administration firm.

Ms McMonagle has a twin Legislation and Commerce diploma from College Faculty Dublin in Eire (UCD) following which she went on to finish a Postgraduate Grasp of Accounting in Smurfit Enterprise College UCD.

Ben Calveley, British & Irish Lions CEO, stated, “We’re thrilled to welcome Clare as our new Chief Monetary Officer.  Clare brings a wealth of data and expertise to The British & Irish Lions which is able to complement the excellent expertise we have already got inside our crew.

“Clare is becoming a member of at a crucial time as our preparation for the 2025 tour actually ramps up and we’re trying ahead to working carefully along with her, and drawing on her vital expertise as we start the countdown to Australia in 2025.”


Donegal lady appointed to senior position with British & Irish Lions was final modified: June sixth, 2024 by Workers Author