Harry D. Moseley, Global Chief Information Officer, Zoom

Harry D. Moseley brings to Zoom a blend of transformational leadership, disruptive innovation, and corporate growth strategies. As the former CIO & Managing Director for KPMG, Harry was responsible for technology and innovation to support the firm’s competitive growth. Over five years he identified and replaced legacy technology to dramatically improve productivity, security, and reliability. Before joining KPMG, Harry served as CIO & Senior Managing Director – Partner for Blackstone, where he led the company’s transformation to the world’s best digital alternative asset manager. Prior to Blackstone, Harry was a Managing Director for Credit Suisse, where he served as the CIO of Global Investment Banking, and Global Co-Head of Application Development / Co-CIO of the firm. Before Credit Suisse, Harry served as CTO & Managing Director for UBS Americas.

He is originally from Dublin, Ireland and is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin with degrees in Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics.

Harry has been inducted into CIO Magazine’s Hall of Fame, recognized as one of the world’s top 100 CIOs by Computerworld, and honored by Irish Magazine (twice) as one of its Annual Wall Street 50. Harry is an Advisory Board Member of BioDental Sciences, a Board Member of Rewards Network, was a National Board member of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and is a member of the Advisory Board of the New York City Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and a sponsor of nPower. He is a former Board Member of Bi-Sam (since acquired by Factset), a former Advisor to Aquiline Capital Partners, a former Board Member of iLevel Solutions (since acquired by Ipreo), and led Blackstone’s investment in Watchdox (since acquired by Blackberry



Ashling Cunningham, Chief Information Officer, Eriva

Ashling Cunningham is an experienced Chief Information Officer at Ervia and has extensive experience working in manufacturing, services and utilities industries.
Ashling has an IT and Finance background and she holds an M.Sc. in Management from Trinity College. Before joining Ervia Ashling held several senior leadership and consulting positions in international companies.

A regular speaker at seminars, conference and industry events on the transformational role of digital and technology, data and security, innovation and women in business, she is a frequent contributor to trade publications.

Keith Kiernan, Group Chief Information Officer (CIO), Bank of Ireland

Keith Kiernan is Group Chief Information Officer (CIO) at Bank of Ireland.  He has responsibility for Group IT strategy and deployment, operational systems management, and the adoption of technologies to support the delivery of strategic business change programmes.

Keith was formally Chief Operations and Technology Officer with RSA in Ireland where he had executive responsibility for all aspects of the Technology Strategy, Delivery & Operations in addition to shared services and general insurance business operations of 123.ie.  Prior to RSA, Keith held a number of roles with Telefonica O2 Ireland, including Head of Technology Operations, Head of Outsourcing and Strategic Partnering.  Keith played a key role in O2’s transformation journey providing the leadership and direction necessary to effect the sale and integration process of O2 Ireland to Hutchinson Whampoa (“3”) in Ireland.


Loretto Grogan, National Clinical Information Officer for Nursing and Midwifery, HSE

Loretto is the National Clinical Information Officer for Nursing and Midwifery in the Health Service Executive and believes digital health can make all our lives better. She started her career training to be a Registered General Nurse in Beaumont Hospital and since then has further studies in information systems, statistics, health economics, project management, health innovation and an MSc in Health Informatics. She is published in a number of peer review journals. Loretto’s professional background is in acute and community nursing, health research, health informatics, project management, data management, quality improvement, and leadership development.  She has worked in a variety of clinical, management, res


Barry Lowry, Chief Information Officer, Irish Government

Barry Lowry has been the Chief Information Officer for the Irish Government since April 2016 with the primary task of taking forward the Public Service ICT and eGovernment Strategies. These set out ambitions for developing the use of shared services, digital services and data to better serve the people of Ireland and ensure that Ireland is well-placed to benefit from European initiatives such as the Digital Single Market.

Barry is also the Chief Adviser to Government on all Digital matters affecting the State and its citizens. Barry was previously the Director for IT Shared Services and Strategy and Head of the IT Profession within the Northern Ireland Civil Service. Barry is a Fellow of the Irish and British Computer Societies and is a former winner of the BCS Northern Ireland IT Professional of the Year. He was awarded an O.B.E. for services to the Northern Ireland Government and the Northern Ireland Computer Industry in 2017.





Colin Kennedy, Executive Director and Chief Information Officer, DPD Ireland

Colin Kennedy became Executive Director and CIO of DPD in 2018.  His role is to oversee the strategic journey,  implementing DPD’s vision of innovation in delivery and orchestrating digital transformation across the organisation.  He also holds responsibility for International Trade, Logistics and CSR.  

 With over 30 years experience in the digital space, Colin has been leading and inspiring teams to deliver brilliant products across both B2B and B2C environments.  Colin holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA).

Toby Wells, Chief Information Officer, Savills

Toby joined Savills in 2016 as chief information officer. He has over 20 years of experience managing and implementing information systems in multiple operations across the UK and Ireland. Toby graduated with a degree in Town Planning, but embarked upon a career in IT, quickly progressing to management positions in the media and communications sector. In 2007 he moved to Ireland and now specialises in building teams who deliver complex projects and aligning technology platforms with business objectives

Lorna Martyn, Head of Technology, Fidelity Investments, SVP

Lorna Martyn is a global technology leader with diverse experience in financial services, consulting and telecommunications, spanning almost 30 years.

As Head of Technology for Fidelity Ireland, Lorna leads over 950+ technologists who develop superior quality innovative technology solutions for the Fidelity business. In her 17-year career to date at Fidelity, she has held a number of leadership roles both in Ireland and the US. Beginning her Fidelity career as a senior project manager in 2004, Lorna is now a member of Fidelity’s global technology leadership team driving technology strategy.

Lorna is actively involved in developing the technology ecosystem in Ireland as Chairperson for Technology Ireland in 2021 and a Board member of the Irish American Partnership.

As a recognized advocate for inclusion and diversity, and most particularly, greater female representation in technology, Lorna has led the development and delivery of a multi-faceted program which is focused on affecting sustainable change for women in STEM within Fidelity, local communities and industry. The program received the inaugural Women in Technology Award from Technology Ireland in 2018. Continuing and strengthening this commitment through Covid-19, Lorna is currently a Gender Diversity Ambassador with Women Mean Business.

Lorna’s work as a technology leader and as an advocate for women in STEM has contributed to her being recognised at industry level;

  •  Women Mean Business: Woman in Technology Award 2019
  •  Silicon Republic: Invent 100 List 2018
  •  ITAG: Digital Woman of the Year Award 2016

Lorna holds a honours B.Sc. degree in Computer Systems from the University of Limerick, a honours masters (MBS in management information systems) from UCD’s Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business, and leadership qualifications from Simmons school of management and The Center for Creative Leadership.

For more information: https://www.linkedin.com/in/fidelitylornamartyn/

Barry Roche, Chief Information Officer, Concern Worldwide

Originally a history and politics graduate from UCD, I moved to the US in the nineties where I worked for Charles Schwab and Preferred Capital Markets in San Francisco. I started in operations, moved to the options trading side and then eventually ended up in IT, building trading networks across the US.

After a bit of travelling in Asia and South America I moved back to Dublin in 2003. My involvement began with Concern with 2003 as a volunteer and I have stayed there ever since with stints overseas in Darfur and Tanzania. I was IT Operations Manager for many years and became CIO in 2019.

The majority of the services Concern IT deliver would be very recognisable to many however the context in which we need to deliver them and the challenges that context surfaces is what makes it so interesting. We operate across 23 countries from Haiti to North Korea and have over 3000 staff and we’re focussing on a digital transformation initiative, the primary purpose of that is to deliver improved operational processes and deliver impact to our field programmes.

When not working I’m a Dad to two daughters and although retired from playing I stay involved with Raheny GAA. 






Anna Åsberg, Vice President, R&D IT, AstraZeneca

Anna was appointed Vice President, R&D IT in 2019, based in Gaithersburg. Her role includes optimizing scientists’ daily lives through technology, making lab spaces more digital and improving global connectivity. Anna is also committed to transforming R&D through data science, AI and digital.

Her global team is building core AI capabilities such as Deep Learning, Imaging, Natural Language Processing, Knowledge Graph and self-service tools. They also deliver technology solutions to help the Digital Health function to better plan and execute clinical trials as well as deploy digital patient solutions.

Anna began her AstraZeneca career in 2004 in Sodertalje, working with Finance and Enabling, leading the transformative outsourcing for Finance systems to Infosys. In 2010, Anna moved to a role in the US focused on Commercial IT. In 2014, Anna moved back to Sodertalje as VP for Operations IT, where she initiated the digital journey with Smart Factory, laying the groundwork for future Growth Through Innovation opportunities.

Prior to AstraZeneca, Anna held diverse roles in IT, Strategy and Management in various European countries, including launching and growing an IT consultancy company in Germany. Anna holds a Master of Science degree in Engineering from KTH, Royal Institute of Stockholm.


Michael Cartoscelli, Chief Information Officer, BNY Mellon

Mike is the Chief Information Officer (PCF-49) BNY Mellon Fund Services Ireland DAC. He is responsible for all technology reporting to the Executive Committee and Board of Directors. He is a member of the BNY Mellon Dubai Management Committee member as technology representative.

Mike has 25 years working full time in technology roles. He is a Mentor and Coach for both the Irish Management Institute Club initiative and the local division of WIN (Women’s Initiatives Network). 

He is currently leading technology in Ireland for a Globally significant financial institution. As Technology Site Lead for Ireland he guides the company’s large datacenter programme through the regulatory landscape across multiple countries and helps to grow the Cloud, Cyber Security, Blockchain, and AI teams by supporting and evangelizing the incredible work they do to the technology ecosystem in Ireland.


Alan O’Brien, Director of Global Technology Services, Glanbia

Alan has been in IT for 37 years, working in IT security, networks, operations and developing solutions in companies such as Irish Life plc, Bank of Ireland and Metlife. He joined Glanbia in 2016 and is responsible for implementing enterprise technology platforms and supporting global IT services and software development

Dr Beatrice Heneghan, Head of Information Systems and Innovation for Mayo Council

Dr Beatrice Heneghan is Head of Information Systems and Innovation for Mayo Council where Beatrice and her team support over 1,300 users for their technology requirements in the delivery of citizen services. Previously, she held posts in ICT and Digital Transformation in Laois and Limerick local authorities.  Beatrice has also lived in the United States having worked in IT in both the public and private sectors during her time there.

Beatrice chairs the local government sectoral Architecture and Standards Group (ASG). She is a member of Lero – the Science Foundation Ireland Software Research Centre, and the Maynooth University Business Informatics Group. While having wide experience in the IS field her particular expertise is in the area of data governance and Enterprise Architecture with a focus on business/IT alignment for optimum value realisation in the design and delivery of strategy. Beatrice holds a doctorate in engineering from the University of Limerick and master’s in software engineering from NUI Galway and has presented her research at both national and international conferences on Information Systems.

“The pandemic has been a catalyst for a momentous change in how we work, and we have had to adapt quickly while simultaneously accelerating our adoption of digital technologies. The IT function has been the lynchpin for this new approach to working and also to online service delivery. While there have been many positives, we have also shone a light on areas where improvement is needed and where our organisational and technical capabilities: people, processes, and technology platforms – can further underpin and accelerate our digital service delivery.”


Dr Gerard Culley, Director of Information Technology, University College Cork

Dr Culley has been Director of IT in UCC now for the past 7 years. In this role, Gerard is responsible for the Strategic Planning and Direction of IT Services in University College Cork and for the service delivery of the IT function. Gerard is currently involved in a Major Digital Transformation Change agenda within UCC, funded in part by the European Investment Bank.

Gerard completed his Doctoral thesis on how Cloud Computing is transforming Higher Education. He is particularly interested in the new skills and competencies required by IT departments to support  digital future. Within his role as HEANET Board Director one of Gerard’s priorities is to ensure that HEANET has the skills and capabilities that the sector requires to support our customers into the future. Prior to working in Higher Education, Gerard spent 15 years private Sector IT Industry experience with Heineken, Musgrave, Tyco and brings a degree of external IT industry perspective to the HEANET board. Dr Culley is a member of the HEAnet Group Audit Committee.



gnatius O’Doherty, Director of Digital Shared Services and NI Civil Service ICT Head of Profession, Northern Ireland Government

Iggy O’Doherty is Director of Digital Services in the Northern Ireland Civil Service Department of Finance’s Digital Shared Services. 

He is a digital leader who has led the development of the NICS ICT Strategy, Cyber Framework for Action and Open Data Strategy. Passionate about evidence based decision making and service modernisation he works closely with all NICS Departments to drive value from digital services to make a difference to public service delivery.

As Head of Profession for ICT he continues to promote new talent opportunities and develop internal competencies and capability. 

Professor Markus Helfert, Director, Innovation Value Institute, Maynooth University

Markus Helfert is Professor in Digital Service Innovation at Maynooth University and Director of the Innovation Value Institute. He is a Principle Investigator at the SFI reserach Centers: LERO – The Irish Software Research Centre and at the ADAPT Research Centre. His research is centred on Data Governance, Digital Service Innovation, Smart Cities and IoT based Smart Environments and includes research areas such as Service Innovation, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Smart Services, Building Information Management, FinTech, Data Value, Enterprise Architecture, Technology Adoption, Analytics, Business Process Management. 

Prof. Helfert is an expert in Data Governance Standards and is involved in European Standardisation initiatives. Markus Helfert has authored more than 200+ academic articles, journal and book contributions and has presented his work at international conferences. Helfert has received national and international grants from agencies such as European Union (FP7; H2020), Science Foundation Ireland and Enterprise Ireland, was project coordinator on EU projects, and is the Project coordinator of the H2020 Projects: PERFORM on Digital Retail.

Richard Smith, Head of Enterprise IT, National Shared Services Office

Richard has over 30 year’s experience as a Technology Professional spanning Medical Engineering, Aerospace, Media and Shared Services. Starting his career as an Electronic Engineer before moving into IT as a Software Engineer, and then progressing to lead large Technology functions in complex organisations. He has had roles in Aer Lingus, RTÉ and currently is the Head of Enterprise IT in the National Shared Service Office of the Irish Government.

In addition to creating and delivering the NSSO’s ICT Strategy, he is also the technology lead for the delivery of the Irish Governments Financial Shared Services System which will deliver services to over 49 Public Sector Bodies.

Ruth Kennedy, Principal Officer, ICT Division, Revenue

Ruth Kennedy is a Principal Officer working in Revenue’s ICT Division. Ruth is responsible for the delivery of PAYE Modernisation and Wage Subsidy Schemes.  Ruth has worked in Revenue’s ICT Division since 2012 where her role is to enable Revenue achieve its strategic business goals through the provision of secure, reliable and quality ICT services.  Prior to joining Revenue, Ruth worked for 13 years in Accenture as part of their Global Revenue and Customs Industry group.

Alan Dooley, Head of Digital Strategy, Limerick City County Council

Alan is the Head of Digital Strategy for Limerick City & County Council, appointed in February 2021.  Alan is responsible for the planning, development, control and maintenance of digital infrastructure, digital innovation and services for the Council and also for the Limerick region.  In order for Limerick to gain a competitive advantage internationally and to enable reaching the UN Sustainable Development Goals, the Council aims to use innovation in digital services and citizen engagement for Limerick’s economic, social and physical development.  This will help transform Limerick into a smart sustainable region, being a driver for regional economic and spatial development.  Alan is also responsible for EU programmes within the Council and is one of the leads on the +CityxChange project which aims to transform 5 existing buildings in the city centre in to positive energy blocks, producing more energy than they consume with an ability to trade their surplus energy with other buildings in the ecosystem. 

 Prior to joining Limerick City & County Council, Alan worked for 25 years in software engineering, primarily in the U.S. financial and insurance industry, more recently leading global engineering teams across many technology disciplines, delivering digital transformation by enabling a change in engineering culture to actively embrace modern engineering practices.


Peter McKenna, Head of Enterprise Data and Analytics, Indeed.com

Peter McKenna is Head of Enterprise Data & Analytics at Indeed.  He is responsible for data platforms and machine learning models that drive decision making and action – from Indeed leadership through to rep engagement with each individual client.

 Peter has been with Indeed for 4 years and previously implemented Enterprise Data Warehouses (EDW) in Bank of Ireland and in Telefonica O2 Ireland. In the Bank, business value was primarily realized through regulatory compliance and automation leading to efficiency gains. In Telefonica O2 Ireland, the EDW became central to all business operations, from Financial reporting to real time, personalized client management, to establishing a new revenue line monetizing our data.

 Peter is a non exec director of Specialisterne Ireland (https://www.specialisterne.ie) who help employers hire people with autism and similar, and help both the employer and employee achieve great success together 


Rosie Coffey, Head of Enterprise Architecture, University of Limerick