Security Industry Association elects its first female president
Sheenagh McCullagh, the new president of the Irish Security Industry Association

Security Industry Association elects its first female president

14 Mar 2013

Sheenagh McCullagh has been elected the 22nd president of the Irish Security Industry Association and is effectively the organisation’s first female president.

The ISIA is the representative body for the private security industry in Ireland and its members range from small to medium Irish indigenous companies to large multinationals.

McCullagh is also head of human resources for electronic security systems and services provider Stanley Security Solutions.

“This is a very exciting and challenging role and I look forward to the year ahead, working on behalf of my peers. I originally became involved with the ISIA due to my strong belief in raising standards within the industry,” McCullagh said.

“As president of the ISIA, I hope to ensure that the high standards we have already achieved within the private security sector are maintained and improved upon. Working together, we have a great opportunity to influence the direction and future standing of this sector throughout Ireland,” McCullagh said.

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