About Us

What is TBR?

Trinity Business Review (TBR) is Ireland’s go to business publication for university students. Founded in 2018 by students from Trinity College Dublin, we aim to provide our readers with a unique insight into the business world and to maintain this as the leading student run business publication in Europe.

Meet the 2022/23 Team


Jane Brazil

Hey everyone! My name is Jane and I am delighted to be leading TBR this year as Editor-in-Chief. I am a Law and Business student heading into final year, with an interest in finance and economics. I also enjoy music and travel as well as art and fashion. This year, I aim to expand TBR by gaining new readership, contributors and correspondents. We plan to launch several new initiatives designed to achieve these aims as well as develop TBR’s presence on social media and throughout college. I am excited to see what the year holds in store for TBR!

Deputy Editor

Jack Johnson

Jack is a student in the Dual-BA program between Columbia University in New York City and Trinity College Dublin. At Trinity, Jack is studying European Studies, and at Columbia he will be studying Political Science. Jack is a former two-time National Champion debater in the US and member of Team USA debate. Jack’s interest in business stems from his entrepreneurial nature, as he has founded multiple businesses, including one where he has landed over 50 clients. He is especially interested in the intersection between business and social responsibility, as he currently works for a renewable energy company known as Circularity2. Jack is excited to join the TBR team!

Chief Strategy Officer

Luz Cuentas

My name is Luz and I am a final year Business and Economics student. I am very happy to be back as TBR’s Chief Strategy Officer this year having first joined as a correspondent in first year. I also enjoy travelling, having spent Hilary Term of my third year in Germany and interning at UBS’ investment banking division in London this summer. Having personally seen TBR’s growth since first year, I am certain this will be another great year for us!

Copy Editor

Grace Connellan

I’m an incoming 4th year Business and Economics student, completing a summer internship in Stifel in New York City. I wanted to get involved in Trinity Business Review because I think it’s important to document issues in the business world that are important to all students, not just business students. This will be a very interesting year in the markets and I’m excited to get started!

Public Relations Officer

Sean Smith

Hi! My name is Sean Smith and I am a second year Global Business student from New Jersey, USA, just outside of Philadelphia. If you don’t find me grinding out a paper in the Lower Lecky, I love to travel, try new restaurants, or wander around a park in Dublin. TBR is a great platform for aspiring writers interested in the business realm like myself, which propelled me to join the publication and have the honour to promote the Review! As Public Relations Officer for TBR, I am thrilled to be able to promote our writers and their pieces across all platforms, aspiring to widen TBR’s audience and spread the word about upcoming events and business spotlights!

Current Affairs Officer

Isabelle Dillon

Hello! My name is Isabelle and I will be the Current Affairs Officer this year for Trinity Business Review. I am a law and German student going into final year and as I am writing this I am finishing my Erasmus year in Freiburg, Germany. I am excited to get involved with TBR because I’m interested in business and the commercial climate. I’ll be responsible for The Weekly Review which is a summary of the week in business. This will hopefully help anyone interested to keep their commercial awareness up to date, as well as my own! In this role I will get to work alongside others who have similar interests but probably have different backgrounds. I’m looking forward to these different perspectives and to a great year ahead!

Hub Officer

Eamonn Potter

My name is Eamonn Potter and I am a 4th Year BESS student that is majoring in Economics and minoring in Business for my degree. I have a keen interest in Economics, current affairs and geopolitical events. Outside of academics, my hobbies are road racing, hurling and reading. I also have a love for travel, having spent a semester in Germany and currently spending my summer working in Canada. I have joined Trinity Business Review as it seems like a fantastic environment to discuss and write about exciting new startups, financial news and meet with some leaders of the industry. The Hub Officer role will give me these opportunities and I am very excited to take it on with enthusiasm and diligence. I look forward to meeting the rest of the TBR team and starting as Hub Officer for the 2022/23 year.

Freshers Convenor

Laura Lynagh

Hi! My name is Laura and I’m this year’s Freshers Convenor for TBR. I’m a final year Law and Business student from Dublin with a particular interest in the areas of finance and accounting. I’m really looking forward to supporting our TBR correspondents as well as organising workshops and events throughout the year. I’m especially excited to run TBR’s business literacy campaign ‘word a week on Wednesdays’ which will hopefully make us all more comfortable with using business terms in our daily lives!