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Monday, 25th March 2024

Network Ireland Louth celebrate International Women’s Day

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Naomh McElhatton speaking at the Network Ireland Louth and Local Enterprise Office Louth’s International Women’s Day event “Empowering Every step.” Photo: Jenny Callanan Photography.

Award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, and mentor, Naomh McElhatton, renowned for her female leadership in the technology and digital sectors, was the guest speaker at a recent Network Ireland event to celebrate International Women’s Day.

During her talk on ‘Empowering Every Step:  Building Self-Confidence and Nurturing Connections’ Naomh spoke to a large group of female entrepreneurs and shared her wealth of experience as a female founder. 

Focusing on harnessing the power of self-care to build confidence, Naomh walked attendees through the different areas they should be focusing on and provided simple, actionable, tips to enhance self-care.   She also spoke of the importance of networking and connections as a tool to build your confidence and your business.

Naomh is the CEO and Co-Founder of Dara & co., an eLearning platform that is uniquely dedicated to the human experience, to change the conversation in the world of relationships.  Naomh also works as a STEM Ambassador and is the Entrepreneurial Lead for Women in AI Ireland, who are passionate about AI that champions diversity and inclusion.

President of Network Ireland Louth, Estelle Cotter, thanked Naomh for her very uplifting presentation and also thanked Sarah Mallon, and the team in the Louth Local Enterprise Office, for their continued support to the Network.

Network Ireland Louth is a branch of Network Ireland, a Nationwide organisation supporting the professional, and personal, development of women.  It provides support, learning and networking opportunities for women in business and enterprise, throughout Ireland, through the branch network.

Network Ireland hold monthly events through their countrywide branches.   Awards at branch and national level, and other collaboration opportunities, are just a few of the ways in which Network Ireland provides support. 

Network Ireland is a non-profit, voluntary organisation, established in 1983 and now has 17 Branches Nationwide.   Membership is made up of a diverse group of women, from budding entrepreneurs to SME owners, professionals, and leaders in Indigenous and multinational organisations, the Public Sector, the Arts, non-profit organisations, and charities. 

 

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