Fiona Ross brings over 25 years' career experience in financial services to her range of executive and non-executive roles.
These span a number of UK and Irish boards including the National Transport Authority in Dublin, the Driver and Vehicle Safety Agency in the UK, JK Funds as well as Registers of Scotland.
Fiona also serves on the Board of Ireland Reaching Out and recently joined the Heaney Family as an adviser to the Seamus Heaney Estate. She is also an adviser to the Mayor of Bristol. In all her roles, she brings a combination of international experience with contemporary public and private sector knowledge.
In 2014, Fiona became the founding Director of EPIC, the Irish Emigration Museum and she also co-founded Myndserv, a digital healthcare company.
Fiona completed a Governance Fellowship at George Washington University in Washington DC and was recently awarded a first class honours MSc in Cyber Psychology.