Spotlight On - Alumni Podcast
The Spotlight On podcast is a series of short podcasts which highlight alumni achievements, explore how alumni have accomplished their success and reflect on how Griffith College supported them on this journey. The Alumni Office will be interviewing a variety of guests, many of whom are alumni, all at different stages in their careers and in a range of different subject areas.
With some fascinating stories and helpful tips and advice, we hope this series connects with you and assists you during your own journey
If you would like to feature on one of our podcasts, please contact the Alumni Office at: [email protected] to register your interest.
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Episode 1 - Neil Curran
The Spotlight On podcast welcomes alumni Neil Curran, to speak about his time studying at Griffith College and his career to date so far. Neil works as a Professional Improviser / Corporate Trainer / Executive Coach / Event Speaker and has his own podcast 'Neil+1' . The Neil+1 Podcast features raw, face to face interviews with inspiring and interesting Improvisers that Neil meets on his travels. Neil is also the founder and Director of Improv Fest Ireland and Assistant Director of Improv Utopia Ireland.
Once upon a time Founder of No Drama Theatre as well as many other improv and theatre projects. Neil has a Masters in Training and Education from Griffith College and is a certified Personal & Executive Coach.
Episode 2 - Clementine Moores
In Episode 2 of Spotlight On we catch up with Clementine Moores academic and career achievements. Clementine studied LLB (Hons) Irish Law, graduating in 2018 and now works at Accenture as a Legal Copyright Associate. During this episode of the podcast we get a unique insight into studying as an international student with Griffith College. We also cover Clementine’s nomination for students of the year at the 2018 Irish Law Awards and Clementine’s aspirations for future career progression.
Episode 3 - Symeon Charalabides
We are delighted to welcome Symeon Charalabides, who studied an MSc in Big Data Management and Analytics, graduating in 2016.Today’s podcast will shine a spotlight on Symeon’s academic and career achievements. Symeon works as a Senior Application Developer & Data Migration Specialist at TU Dublin and Associate Faculty Lecturer at NCI. A passionate speaker and informative about his journey to date, Symeon achievements include building the current version of Daft.ie and working at the Irish Times and updated the IT processes and structure.
Episode 4 - Katie Morris
We are delighted to welcome Katie Morris, who studied an BA in Journalism and Visual Media, graduating in 2015. Today’s podcast will shine a spotlight on Katie’s academic and career achievements. Katie has been working as an Ecumenical Accompanier for the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine & Israel (EAPPI). The Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel is an international, ecumenical programme that recruits and dispatches observers to several Palestinian towns and villages to monitor the interaction between the Palestinian inhabitants and the Israeli military.
Episode 5 - Regina Rogers Fallon
We are delighted to welcome Regina Rogers Fallon, who studied a BA in Interior Design, graduating in 2010. Today’s podcast will shine a spotlight on Regina’s academic and career achievements. Regina is the owner of Regina Rogers Fallon Design an Interior Design company. Regina combines her artist’s eye and experience in customer service from Aer Lingus, with her BA in Interior Design from Griffith, to deliver a bespoke service to clients across Ireland.