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» Who are our partners?

 
The Designing Dublin: Learning to Learn project is supported by the Creative Dublin Alliance in partnership with Dublin City Council.

Designing Dublin: Learning to Learn involved many citywide partners who helped to define and inspire the project. They include…

Clongriffin residents
John Tierney, City Manager, Dublin City Council
Michael Stubbs, Assistant City Manager, Dublin City Council
Ali Grehan, City Architect, Dublin City Council
Dick Gleeson, City Planner, Dublin City Council
Charlie Lowe, Area Manager, Dublin City Council
Máire Twomey, Area Manager, Dublin City Council
Eileen Brady, Area Manager, Dublin City Council
Declan Wallace, Planning and Economic Development, Dublin City Council
Jimmy Keoghan, Executive Manager, Dublin City Council
Phyllis Monaghan, Community Development, Dublin City Council
Céline Reilly, Area Manager, Dublin City Council
Lorna Maxwell, Economic Development Unit, Dublin City Council
Declan Hayden, Office for Integration, Dublin City Council
David O’Conner, County Manager, Fingal County Council
Mary Conway, Senior Planner, Dublin City Council
Kristin Birkeland, Paul Natorp and team, KaosPilots
Angela Cotter, Director, Park Developments
Sean O’Laoire, Murray O’Laoire Architects
Terry Neill, former Chairman of Accenture
Mary Kennedy
Barry Mac Devitt
Ronan Harrington, Ark
Dr. Maureen Concannon, Psychologist
Professor Tony Cunningham
Lorraine O’Rahilly, Forum Research
Rè Dubhthaigh, Radarstation
Tobias Lau, Social Action
Peter Froberg
Alan Mee, Alan Mee Architects Ltd.
Mary Jennings
Professor Damian McLoughlin and the Smurfit team, UCD
Susan McNulty, Direct Marketing Consultancy
Nicky Gogan, Still Films
Trevor White
Jeanette Lowe
Killian Stokes, My Good Points
Olivier Vanden Elst, Greenaer
Peter O’Brien
Dr. Fergus McCabe
Lauren Currie, Snook
Teresa Dillon, Polar Produce
Sam Bishop, Street Feast
Cllr Emer Costello

We would also like to thank all individuals who generously contribute to the project by either volunteering or donating the funds that make Designing Dublin: Learning to Learn possible.