Irish Fish Producers Organisation (IFPO)
Francis O’Donnell holds an MBA from University of Limerick (2010), an MSc Ecology: Queens University Belfast (2006), a BSc Environmental Science: University of Ulster (2005), and a Dip Field Ecology: UCC (1995). Previously he has served as the chairman of the Federation of Irish Fishermen (Jan 2013-December 2013) and CEO of the Irish Fish Producer’s Organisation, as well as roles within the Sea Fisheries Protection Authority (2007-2011) and Inland Fisheries Ireland (1995-2007). His interests include business strategy, environmental management, marine and freshwater ecology, corporate social responsibility, stakeholder engagement, and habitat utilisation of juvenile salmonids. He is also the author of Corporate Social Responsibility and Shell in Ireland: A Thin Veneer, and the co-author of a teaching case study: Shell in Ireland: A Community Destroyed.