firm and think tank dedicated to helping
organisations to leverage the benefits of diversity.
Megan Flynn Dixon has roots from Australia and New Zealand and has worked in international shipping from 2000 to 2013 where she spent time in most parts of the world.
Now based in Ireland, Megan has been active in local government and is involved in several projects that aim to address inequality.
Originally from Cameroon, Jipe has more than 15 years of experience of facilitating mission-driven organisations, academia, businesses and government agencies in Ireland, Europe and Africa. His work with people from diverse backgrounds is effective in creating social impact.
Maria is from Portugal and has many years of experience in facilitating organisations in Ireland including HSE, Galway City and County Councils, the Courts, NUI Galway, University of Limerick. She holds a PHD in Human Rights and strives to work creatively with migrants and achieve desired results.
Malawian Joseph has managed reputable community organisations and worked with local authority and higher education institutions in Ireland including Galway City Council, Roscommon Leader Partnership, Roscommon Integrated Development, NUIG, and Galway Refugee & Migrant Support Services.