How I work: ‘You can change the hand you’re dealt and take control of your career’

If you want a career that matches your values and passions, ActionAid’s Siobhán McGee advises to keep learning, research when you can and be strategic when choosing roles

24th January, 2021
How I work: ‘You can change the hand you’re dealt and take control of your career’
Siobhán McGee, chief executive of ActionAid.

Siobhán McGee is the chief executive of ActionAid, a position she has held since June 2015. ActionAid Ireland is an international aid charity fighting for women’s rights, social justice and an end to poverty. It is part of a global federation spanning 45 countries. McGee is also chair of the Irish Consortium on Gender-Based Violence. She sits is on the board of Dóchas and is vice-chair of transparency at International Ireland. She was an adjunct...

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