Sarah O’Connor, WHPR
Sarah O’Connor is Head of Sport at Wilson Hartnell and one of the key advisers in some of Ireland’s biggest sponsorship properties.
These include AIB, Electric Ireland and the Olympic Federation of Ireland. Indeed any sporting media would have the WHPR offices on Ely Place firmly locked into their Google Maps.
O’Connor entered the world of sport as the first CEO of the Federation of Irish Sport and has maintained an adviser relationship with them in the three years since she joined WHPR.
As a former Hockey player and new recruit to the world of Gaelic for Mothers and Others, she has kept an active as well as a desk interest in sport. This year has seen the WHPR team bolstered with the addition of Oisin Langan from Newstalk as well as Dublin Ladies Football double All Ireland winner Sinead Goldrick.
It’s a strong team with a strong leader.
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