The ideal leadership development and learning experience for women – Katie Keogh
“The Let’s Lead programme is the ideal leadership development and learning experience for women who are exploring their leadership potential or expanding their leadership reach. The unique combination of guided learning experiences – lectures, readings, discussions, guided assessments, reflective practice – offered the structure I needed to delve deep into a personal understanding of my leadership style and to consider ways to advance myself as a leader in both my professional and personal journey.
The network of women engaged in the programme, past and present, is an invaluable resource and the programme leaders are exceptional. The time invested in this programme was very well spent as the benefits continue to accrue. I reflect back on my learnings often and am grateful for the connections I made along the journey.
I highly recommend this programme to any female leader who wishes to invest in reaching their full potential.”
Katie Keogh, a native of Indianapolis (Indiana, USA), has lived in Ireland since 1998 pursuing a career devoted to developing communities and the Irish–American relationship, through innovation, education, and advocacy.
She began her tenure in Ireland as Associate Director of the University of Notre Dame’s Ireland Programme. She later served as the Director of Strategic Partnerships, Alumni Relations and Events at the US Embassy in Dublin and as Director of Special Projects for the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland where she spearheaded the establishment of their Emerging Leaders and Emerging FDI Programmes.
Most recently she has supported the STEM Teacher Internship Programme at DCU and is now Project Manager for the FIRST LEGO League programme in Ireland. Her volunteer commitments include the Irish Girl Guides, the Rathfarnham Concert Band Society, and serving on the board of St. Declan’s School. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame (BA, 1998) and University College Dublin (MA, 2000) and is currently pursuing her PhD at Dublin City University. She is married to Professor Dáire Keogh, President of Dublin City University, and they have four children.
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