Women in Leadership


May 23, 2024    
11:30 am - 2:00 pm


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Kingswood House Hotel
Kingswood, Naas Road, Dublin 22

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Please note that this series is not a women only event!
All members are most welcome to these inspiring and thought provoking leadership events. 

Our summer Women in Leadership lunch will explore the importance of sport in developing resilience and leadership skills.  
We’re delighted to be joined by Ireland’s first female Olympic finalist in canoeing – Hannah Craig – who will be in conversation with Tipperary hurling legend Richie Stakelum!  


Hannah Craig, Olympian & Women in Sport Lead – Sports Ireland 

Hannah is Ireland’s first female Olympic finalist in the sport of canoeing.  She has several years experience as a performance athlete and coach.  She has recently joined Sports Ireland as their Women in Sport Lead.  Years of training as an elite athlete has developed her skills of team collaboration, resilience and leadership.  

She has a passion for human performance, the great outdoors and positive social change.



Richie Stakelum, Internal Medicine & Hospital Business Lead, Ireland – Pfizer 

Richie began his career as a primary school teacher as far back as 1984.  A chance meeting with Michael Dempsey MD of BMS in 1996 led to him entering the pharmaceutical industry.
In 2005 he joined Wyeth and has been with Pfizer since its merger with Wyeth in 2009.Throughout his 28 years he has occupied many roles from sales to sales management, from marketing roles to business unit leadership positions . He has been part of the Pfizer Healthcare Ireland Country Leadership team since 2013.  He has also successfully completed secondments in Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland where the focus was on their Rare Disease categories.
Richie’s greatest passion is coaching and development of talent and believes that benchmark behaviours lead to benchmark results.





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