Mazars’ Partner Mairéad Divilly receives Skillnet Ireland award for outstanding contribution
Congratulations to Mairéad Divilly, lead outsourcing partner at Mazars who was recently awarded an Outstanding Contribution Award from Skillnet Ireland at their 20th Anniversary Gala Dinner Celebration at the Clayton Hotel Burlington Hotel on the 26th September.
Mairéad is a non-executive director of Skillnet Ireland, the business support agency responsible for the promotion and facilitation of workforce development. Partnering with 50 industry bodies and enterprise clusters, the agency provides training and innovation supports to over 16,000 businesses, and upskilling to 56,000 workers throughout the country every year. Mairéad represents the interest of the Small Firms Association on the Skillnet Ireland Board.
Mairéad’s professional experience spans audit, business advisory and outsourced accounting, payroll and financial management services to both the public and private sector, from multi-national companies to small, medium enterprises.
A fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, Mairéad provides support for companies in payroll, HR, tax compliance, accounting, audit and advisory services and specialises in compliance for corporates establishing operations both in Ireland and other overseas jurisdictions. She has wide experience across a range of sectors.
Commenting on the award Brendan McGinty Chairperson of Skillnet Ireland said ‘I would like to congratulate Mairéad on receiving this Outstanding Contribution Award. Máiréad’s experience, expertise and personal qualities combined with an unyielding commitment to the mission of Skillnet Ireland has helped elevate the organisation to its current standing. This award is a fitting acknowledgment of Máiréad’s immense contribution to Skillnet Ireland”.
Pictured (L-R), Paul Healy, Chief Executive, Skillnet Ireland, Mairéad Divilly, Partner Mazars and Brendan McGinty, Chairperson, Skillnet Ireland