Graduates in the Spotlight - April 2017

Graduates in the spotlight - April 2017

Phil Morrow

Phil Morrow

BA Hons Sport and Leisure Studies 1998
MSc Sport and Exercise 2000

Phil Morrow, Saracens’ performance director, has been recruited by Warren Gatland for the British & Irish Lions tour to New Zealand this summer (2017).

Source: The Guardian
Kerry Boyd

Kerry Boyd

HND CIS Business and Marketing 2002 Jordanstown

The Board of Autism NI is pleased to announce the appointment of Kerry Boyd as the Charity’s Chief Executive Officer.

Source: Autism NI
David Turner

David Turner

BA Hons Fine and Applied Arts 2004 Belfast

Belfast School of Art graduate David Turner makes Lego portrait of Donald Trump.

Source: BBC News NI
Suzanne Wylie

Suzanne Wylie

BSc Hons Environmental Health with DIS 1988 Jordanstown

Belfast City Council's Chief Executive Suzanne Wylie took home the ‘Public Sector Director of the Year' accolade at the 2017 Institute of Directors First Trust Bank Awards in Belfast.

Source: Irish News
Janet McCollum

Janet McCollum

Certificate in CIMA 1992 Jordanstown

Moy Park Chief Executive Janet McCollum was named Large Company Director of the Year accolade at the 2017 Institute of Directors First Trust Bank Awards in Belfast.

Source: Irish News
Shona Jago-Curtis

Shona Jago-Curtis

BSc Hons Communications, Advertising and Marketing 1996 Jordanstown

Jago a communications and public relations practice headed by Ulster graduate Shona Jago-Curtis launches corporate social responsibility initiative.

Source: NI Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Daniel Crawford

Daniel Crawford

BSc Hons Biomedical Engineering 2011 Jordanstown

Belfast healthcare start-up founded by Ulster alumnus Daniel Crawford tops £500k funding for 3D-printing tech.

Source: siliconrepublic