Executive Board

Role of the Executive Board

The Executive Board is a committee of Council with specific responsibility to govern Engineers Ireland on behalf of Council, in accordance with the Bye-laws. 

To support an effective, efficient and agile approach to the management of the institution’s affairs, Council delegates certain roles and responsibilities to the Executive Board including: 

  • Determining, and then monitoring, policies to be followed by the Director General and the committees of the institution. 
  • Providing direction to the business of the institution with the aim of implementing the Council approved policies, including the strategic plan. 
  • Ensuring framework of controls is in place including a Risk Management Framework and Policy.
  • Ensuring that the institution’s executive management function operates effectively. 

Find out more about the roles and function of the Executive Board in the PDF below.

Executive Board members 2022 – 2023

President, John Power

Vice President, Edmond Harty

Vice President, Laura Burke

Past President, Orla Feely

Chair of Finance Committee, John Jordan

Cormac Bradley

George McMahon

John Cunningham

Orla Lonergan

Stephen Seymour

Richard Crowe

John Bailey

John Coleman

Colm Ennis

Executive Board meeting reports

The Executive Board generally meets eight times a year. 

A summary of matters considered at meetings during the 2021–2022 session is available to members of the Institute. Please log in as a member by clicking the button below to access the reports.