Julie Mernagh has been appointed to the role of Chief People & Culture Officer at Bidvest Noonan.
Mernagh has extensive experience and a proven track record in human resources, talent development, and organisational culture.
In her previous role as the Global Head of Leadership and Talent Development at Vodafone, Mernagh was instrumental in developing innovative leadership and talent strategies across Europe and Africa. Mernagh drove pioneering Diversity & Inclusion policies, enabling Vodafone to become a leader in this space.
Mernagh’s professional journey includes a senior leadership role at AIB, a major commercial bank in Ireland and the UK, where she directed organisational culture initiatives central to the people strategy. With over a decade of consulting experience at renowned firms like PwC and Accenture, she specialised in areas such as strategy, people & change, and led large-scale transformations across Europe.
In her new role at Bidvest Noonan, Mernagh will lead the People & Culture team, focusing on developing and executing a people strategy to foster an enhanced workplace environment and improve overall employee experience.
Commenting on her new appointment, Mernagh said: “I am delighted to join Bidvest Noonan, an ambitious company that is passionate about putting its people first. Bidvest Noonan is serious about investing in its people and culture agenda and creating employee experiences that will enable their growth trajectory. I am looking forward to making a difference for our colleagues and customers.”
Bidvest Noonan CEO, Declan Doyle commented: “Julie’s experience and values align perfectly with the needs of our business. She has a proven track record of building successful HR strategies, transforming colleague experiences, and unlocking potential. I am confident that she will be highly successful at Bidvest Noonan and I am delighted that she has joined us.”
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