Theme: Let's all choose to challenge #ChooseToChallenge
Event: Online Panel Discussion
For International Women’s Day 2021 we welcomed three UCD School of Veterinary Medicine graduates to join us for a panel discussion about how they have chosen to challenge and achieved significant success in their careers.
About Our Panel:
Delia Grace Randolph, MVB 1990
Professor of Food Safety at the University of Greenwich. Epidemiologist and veterinarian with 20 years’ experience in developing countries, focussing on food safety. Leads research on zoonoses and foodborne disease at the International Livestock Research Institute in Kenya.
Ciara Feeney-Reid, MVB 1996
Veterinary practitioner, Practice Manager and Chair of the Farm Animal Welfare Advisory Group. Formerly both the youngest ever and first female President of Veterinary Ireland. Mother of a child with special needs who overcame significant health challenges that changed the trajectory of her career.
Patricia Reilly, MVB 1996
Head of Animal Welfare Division, DAFM, Patricia spent 10 years in Brussels, first as a Member of Cabinet with Commissioner Máire Geoghegan-Quinn and then Deputy Head of Cabinet for EU Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport. Veterinary surgeon and graduate of the King’s Inns, Patricia was also Ireland’s first Agricultural Attaché in Central/Eastern Europe.