Graduates in the Spotlight - August 2017

Graduates in the spotlight - Graduates in the Spotlight - August 2017

Roy Adair CBE

Roy Adair CBE

MBA 1991 Jordanstown

Honorary graduate and Chief Executive of Belfast Harbour Commissioners, Roy Adair to receive the Ireland-U.S. Council’s Cúchulainn Award.

Source: Read about Roy Adair CBE in NI Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Kevin Anderson

Kevin Anderson

BSc Hons Nursing (Mental Health) 2012 Magee

Alumnus Kevin Anderson, a dyslexia sufferer who left school at 16 with no qualifications tells of how he became a mental health nurse.

Source: Read about Kevin Anderson in Belfast Telegraph

Pete Boyle

Pete Boyle

BA Hons Business Studies 1995 Jordanstown

Argento owner and Ulster alumnus Pete Boyle hosts Junior International Canoe Polo Championships.

Source: Read about Pete Boyle in Belfast Telegraph

Michael Budden

Michael Budden

BSc Hons Interactive Multimedia Design 2012 Jordanstown

Belfast firm co-founded by Ulster graduate Michael Budden secures Invest NI funding as part of a three year growth strategy.

Source: Read about Michael Budden in Invest NI

Barbara Creed

Barbara Creed

LLB Law and Government 2003 Jordanstown

Ulster University graduate Barbara Creed appointed Partner at A&L Goodbody.

Source: Read about Barbara Creed in Insidermedia.com

Sinead Doherty

Sinead Doherty

BSc Hons Psychology 2017 Magee

Ulster graduate Sinead Doherty whose brother took his own life, is working to end taboo surrounding suicide.

Source: Read about Sinead Doherty in Belfast Telegraph

Kyle Gawley

Kyle Gawley

MA Multi-Disciplinary Design 2011 Belfast

Ulster graduate and developer of events app 'Get Invited' Kyle Gawley enjoys life as a location independent entrepreneur.

Source: Read about Kyle Gawley in Belfast Live

Sara Hall

Sara Hall

BA Hons Combined Arts 2003 Coleraine

Ulster graduate and fashion designer Sara Hall is featured in Vogue with her luxury capes and coats.

Source: Read about Sara Hall in Belfast Telegraph

Neville Isdell

Neville Isdell

DSc 2007

Honorary graduate and CHQ Dublin Chairman Neville Isdell talks of facing his fears.

Source: Read about Neville Isdell in Independent.ie

Joan Burney Keatings

Joan Burney Keatings

BA Hons Business Studies 1997 Jordanstown

Graduate Joan Burney Keatings, Chief Executive of Cinemagic, on how she is shaping the careers of thousands of budding filmmakers.

Steven Legge

Steven Legge

BSc Hons Interactive Multimedia Design 2008 Jordanstown

Big Pixel Creative appoints Ulster University design graduate Steven Legge as new director.

Source: Read about Steven Legge in NI Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Lisa May

Lisa May

BA Hons Theatre Studies 1996 Coleraine

Bruiser Theatre Company’s artistic director, founder and Ulster graduate Lisa May celebrates the company’s 20th anniversary.

Source: Read about Lisa May in The Irish News

Sir Malcolm McKibbin

Sir Malcolm McKibbin

MBA 1991 Jordanstown; DPhil Architectural Technology and Management 1987 Jordanstown

Former head of NI civil service and Ulster University alumnus Sir Malcolm McKibbin joins Co-operation Ireland board.

Source: Read about Sir Malcolm McKibbin in Belfast Telegraph

Kirsty McManus

Kirsty McManus

MBA Business Administration 2007 Jordanstown

Alumna Kirsty McManus takes up her seat as IoD Northern Ireland National Director.

Source: Read about Kirsty McManus in Business First Online

Beverley Pollington

Beverley Pollington

BSc Hons Applied Psychology 2004 Jordanstown

Ulster alumna and entrepreneur Beverley Pollington – how we made our business.

Source: Read about Beverley Pollington in Belfast Telegraph

Lord Diljit Rana

Lord Diljit Rana

DUniv 1999

Honorary graduate Lord Rana tells of fleeing Pakistan aged 9 following partition from India.

Source: Read about Lord Diljit Rana in Belfast Telegraph

Richard Simms

Richard Simms

DSc 2017 BA Hons Sport and Leisure Studies 1996 Jordanstown

Ulster alumnus and honorary graduate Ricky Simms on being leading sports agent to Usain Bolt and Mo Farah.

Source: Read about Richard Simms in Belfast Telegraph