Sarah is the go-to writer of the free verse novel in the UK and Ireland, and is the current Laureate na nÓg (Ireland’s Children’s Literature Laureate).
Bernard Brogan is author of new book “The Hill”, a serial entrepreneur, and a former Dublin GAA footballer.
Norma Foley is currently Minister for Education and skills and is T.D for the Kerry constituency.
Dave Rudden is the author of the award-winning Knights of the Borrowed Dark series.
Siobhán McSweeney is an actress from Cork, and is probably most well known for playing Sister Michael in the award winning series Derry Girls.
Shane Casey is a professional actor and playwright, best known for his iconic appearance as the notorious ‘Billy Murphy’ in ‘The Young Offenders’.
Malachy Browne is a reporter with the New York Times specializing in Visual Investigations.
Victoria Kennefick is a poet, writer, and teacher.
Frances Rocks is an experienced teacher, LC and JC examiner and author.
Lynn Ruane is an Irish politician who has served as an independent Senator for the University of Dublin constituency in Seanad Éireann since April 2016.
Jon Hozier-Byrne is a director, writer, producer, and founder of Stoneface Films.
Patrick Ryan is an award-winning screenwriter and director based in Dublin.
Séamus Harty is a 19 year old singer and songwriter from Tralee.
Kevin Mc Dermott is an award-winning writer from Dublin.
Listowel native Joe Stack, is a reporter and presenter, and has worked with RTÉ for the past two decades.
Lorraine Nash is 21-year old multi-instrumentalist and is one of the newest talents in Ireland, releasing new music in 2020.
John Leonard is a former Dublin GAA player and author of the Setanta Sports Book of the Year 2015 “Dub Sub Confidential”.
Rhona Tarrant is US Editor at Storyful, a social media news intelligence agency that verifies footage emerging from breaking news stories for newsrooms.
Ciara Ní É is spoken word artist, activist, and broadcaster who writes and performs bilingually.