Roisin Glynn, AIB
Roisin Glynn has been rising through the ranks at AIB and is now Senior Business Manager in the Office of the CMO as well as retaining overall responsibility for the Banks Social media.
As such she has been a key player in driving the level of public engagement which AIB has secured through its ‘Club and County’ partnership with the GAA.
She has a deep personal interest and passion for Gaelic Games as a fan, as a sponsor and as someone who knows how to tell a story and she has been a key player on a strong AIB team keeping the sport at the top of the charts when it comes to social.
Coming from a journalism background she started her commercial career with Davy after spells in Britain with the Guardian and the BBC. She moved to AIB in 2013 in a Social Media Manager role and has won multiple awards for her work across the Irish and European Sport and Sponsorship sectors.
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