This week on Gradlife, Danny talks to Tom Lynch, a pricing analyst for Avolon, one of the world’s top aircraft lessors. Having completed a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce in UCD, Tom went on to undertake a Masters degree in Aviation Finance, which led to an internship with Avolon. Tom gives us an insight into his role as a pricing analyst in Avolon’s Hong Kong office and also details his involvement in the ‘Project I’ a study around the development of Ireland’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. A quick but fascinating chat with one of Ireland’s top young prospects in aviation.
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Last week on Gradlife, Danny spoke to Charlie Butler about his journey to becoming founder of Bounce Insights, including the practical steps, tough decisions and sacrifices he needed to make along the way. Charlie is a recent Trinity Global Business graduate and is also co-founder of the charity Tribe.
Kate Fullen (Trinity Law and Business Graduate and Venture Capitalist) and Danny Hogan (TUD Business Graduate and Entrepreneur) are Gradlife’s newest hosts on the business podcast. Here they tell their stories and interview each other so that you can get to know the two legends behind the mic in the latest episodes!
Last week on Gradlife, Kate spoke to Conor Leen. Conor is a Trinity BESS Graduate (2017), where he was president of the Trinity Entrepreneurial Society, and founder and CEO of booming social enterprise Stampify. He is also an account manager at Google.
He returns to Gradlife to drop some more wisdom, inspiration and update on his incredible success with Stampify to date.
This week on the Gradlife podcast Kate spoke to Orla Comerford, an Irish Paralympic athlete, who is currently focused on the 2021 Tokyo Paralympic Games.
They discuss the Orla’s journey from the Leaving Cert to the 2016 Rio games, where she represented Ireland for the first time on the international stage. Orla speaks about how disappointing herself in Rio motivated her into the next phase of her competitive career.
They also discuss recovering from injury, training during Covid-19 and the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Games. The podcast also touches on studying at NCAD and how Orla has managed to balance college with her athletic career.