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Gay Sheehan is chief executive of the Institute of Accounting Technicians in Ireland (IATI). Established in 1983, the Institute has seen its membership grow by 40 per cent to 10,000 since Sheehan’s appointment in 2001. It has 21 executives working at

6th June, 2009

Gay Sheehan is chief executive of the Institute of Accounting Technicians in Ireland (IATI). Established in 1983, the Institute has seen its membership grow by 40 per cent to 10,000 since Sheehan’s appointment in 2001. It has 21 executives working at its head office in Dublin.

What are the main responsibilities of your job?

As chief executive, I am responsible for the overall operational function of the institute. This means heavy involvement in our educational and marketing functions.

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