County Tipperary Chamber proudly announces the appointment of Sarah Fogarty as its new President following the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held November 2023. Sarah, who is based in Nenagh and currently employed with Community Power, brings a wealth of experience and a deep commitment to community development to her new role.
In her capacity as President, Sarah Fogarty will lead County Tipperary Chamber with a focus on fostering innovation, supporting local businesses, and promoting economic development in the region. With her background in sustainable energy initiatives and community engagement, Sarah is poised to bring fresh perspectives and drive positive change within the Chamber and the broader community.
"We are thrilled to have Sarah Fogarty as our new President. Her passion for community development and sustainable practices aligns perfectly with the Chamber's values. We look forward to the positive impact she will undoubtedly make in advancing our organisation's mission," said Michelle Aylward CEO of County Tipperary Chamber.
The Chamber also takes this opportunity to extend its sincere appreciation to outgoing President Paul Berrigan for his dedicated service and exemplary leadership during the past 12 months. President Berrigan's unwavering commitment has played a pivotal role in the Chamber's success and growth, strengthening its presence within the local business community.
"Paul Berrigan has been an invaluable asset to County Tipperary Chamber. His dedication and vision have left an indelible mark, and we are grateful for the remarkable work he has accomplished during his term. " added Michelle Aylward CEO.
County Tipperary Chamber looks forward to a new chapter under President Sarah Fogarty's guidance, building upon the solid foundation laid by her predecessor and continuing to support the local business community for sustained growth and prosperity.