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 2023 - 2024

  • President, Edmond Harty 
  • Vice President, Laura Burke
  • Vice President, John Jordan
  • Former President, John Power
  • Stephen Seymour
  • April Mangan
  • John Cunningham
  • Peter Monahan
  • Ruairí Ó Byrne
  • Mark McKeown
  • Patrick Donnellan 
  • Barry Mulvey 
  • Brian Feighan 
  • Aidan Smyth
  • Richard Crowe
  • Michael Quinn
  • John Bailey

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.