Carrie Matchett (Chair)

Carrie is a self-employed consultant specialising in governance and strategy. She has over twenty years’ experience working in audience-facing roles for the BBC in Northern Ireland and across the UK.

Rory Clifford

Rory is the Interactive Manager at Northern Ireland Screen. He has over 10 years marketing and sales experience in the film, TV, gaming and immersive industries in Northern Ireland.

Rachel Fitzpatrick

Rachel is a designer working at the interface of art and design. Her work has been presented at the Venice Biennale and she has collaborated with global brands such as Peugeot and The Hollywood Reporter creating bespoke installations for corporate and private clients.

Aaron Roddy

Aaron is a solicitor with Northern Ireland law firm Carson McDowell LLP. He has a specialist interest in commercial law advising many of the UK’s leading companies on a range of issues including contract, intellectual property and data protection matters.

Naomi Majury

Naomi is a Senior Manager within Allstate Northern Ireland. Her experience includes business optimisation and strategy development specialising in process and continuous improvement.

Nigel McAlpine

Nigel is an experienced and innovative digital content producer with a passion for spatial computing who gained almost 30 years’ experience at the BBC, before setting up his own technology consulting company. He is currently Digital Catapult’s Immersive Technology Lead.

Caroline Feeney

Caroline is the Director of Communications and Public Affairs at Grafton Recruitment Ireland. She is a qualified Barrister. Caroline has arranged a number of high-profile fundraising events and previously worked for Hillary Clinton in Washington DC.

Diane Marks

Diane is a guide dog-owning blind British/South African national who works as an Equalities Administrator at BSO. She is passionate about equality and accessibility. She strongly believes in the arts sector as willing to take on and engage with the wider disabled community to make their creativity fair and equal.

Connor McVeigh

Connor is a Senior Manager with Ernst & Young. A chartered accountant for 10 years, he has a wide range of financial experience including working with a number of the UK & Ireland's leading companies and two years as Financial Controller at Medicare Pharmacy Group.

Fleur Mellor

Fleur’s background as a professional dancer working in the commercial, corporate and theatrical sectors has informed her career as a Choreographer & Producer. Her emphasis is on live work with strong theatrical influences, be it for a musical, fashion show, community engagement project or corporate event. With 20 years in the business, she works both freelance and for Peter Corry Productions.

Mark Walker

Mark is semi-retired and, up until recently, he was Finance Director at the international diagnostics organisation, Randox. Prior to this, Mark worked at Danske Bank in a number of senior positions including Corporate Finance. He continues to be involved with business through advisory work and non-executive roles.

Nuala Toman

Nuala is the Project Manager for Future Screens NI where she is responsible for the development and delivery of its Economic Investment Strategy. She has experience in a range of senior roles of developing strategic plans and budgets, and dealing with public finance. She is a member of the Board of NI Museum Council, Chair of Breastival and Member of the Women’s Budget Group. Nuala is a former Board Member of the Education Authority.

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