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Amanda Delaney

Administrative Officer
GBHI, Trinity College Dublin

amanda.delaney@gbhi.org
Keywords: Relationship Management; Communication; Engagement; Building and Supporting the GBHI network

Amanda Delaney brings her extensive relationship management experience to her role as Administrative Officer at GBHI. In this role Amanda will support recruitment of Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health to GBHI and the monitoring and communication of fellows’ trajectories.

Following completion of a Bachelor of Commerce Degree (B.Comm) at University College Dublin (UCD), Amanda worked in the financial services industry for a period of 10 years and subsequently spent the following 10 years working in TCD. Amanda’s roles in Financial Services were mostly in leading Irish Investment Banks, where she was responsible for Relationship Management and Client Reporting. During this time, Amanda completed a Certificate in Investment Management at Dublin City University (DCU). Amanda’s first role in TCD was in the School of Nursing and Midwifery. She was responsible for administrative support to academic staff and B.Sc. (Cur.) and B.Sc. Children’s and General Nursing Junior Sophister (3rd Year) Students. And most recently, Amanda was a member of the Administration Team in the Student Counselling Services (SCS), where she was a primary point of contact for students, staff and members of the public. The role required a high level of sensitivity and the ability to respond immediately and effectively to requests for psychological and academic support. In the Student Counselling Services, Amanda worked closely with a team of professional colleagues from diverse geographical backgrounds.

Bio: Amanda Delaney graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce Degree (B.Comm) from University College Dublin (UCD). Amanda completed a Certificate in Investment Management in Dublin City University (DCU) in 2003. And in 2015, she completed a Professional Diploma in Digital Marketing with the Digital Marketing Institute.

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