National College of Ireland has teamed up with Newstalk 106-108 fm and Metro to bring you Legends in your Lunchtime, a series of free public interviews that lift the lid on how great modern leaders think, and what has made them the people they are today.
Your favourite Newstalk 106-108 fm presenters will uncover the personal and professional experiences of renowned and respected leaders in the fields of business, sport, arts, politics and social philanthropy.
This is your chance to hear individual stories of exercising leadership to achieve change and to make a difference.
There is no attendance fee for these events but you must register online to attend. Online registration is now open for the event with Danuta Gray on 11th February - book your place now at www.ncirl.ie !
Danuta Gray is Chief Executive of O2 Ireland, the second largest mobile communications company in the Irish market, with over 1.6 million customers. Danuta has held this position since 2001. Following the acquisition of O2 by Spanish operator Telefonica in February 2006, Danuta was appointed to the Telefonica O2 Europe plc board.
She is a board member of Irish Permanent TSB and in August 2006 was appointed non-executive Director of Aer Lingus by the then Minister for Transport, Martin Cullen T.D. Danuta has also been appointed Chairperson to the board of children's charity Barretstown Gang Camp.
With over 15 years experience in the mobile industry, Danuta joined O2 Ireland from BT Europe in Germany, where she held the position of Director and was responsible for managing BT's investment in VIAG Interkom (now O2 Germany). Prior to this Danuta was General Manager at BT Mobile in the UK, having previously held a number of management positions in companies throughout the USA, Singapore and Switzerland.
Danuta studied at the University of Lausanne and the London Business School. She holds a BSc in BioPhysics from the University of Leeds and an MBA in Executive Development Programmes.
Danuta is married to Andrew. They have two sons and live in Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow.
Time: 13:00 - 14:00
Location: National College of Ireland