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Our People

Clyde Carroll

Board Member

Clyde Carroll oversees all of DublinTown’s marketing initiatives including past successful campaigns of Dine in Dublin, The DublinTown Food and Drink Festival, the Dublin Fashion Festival and Dublin at Christmas, Dublin City’s Christmas Lights. Digital plays an important part of DublinTown’s marketing strategy and Clyde manages the content creation on five websites and multiple social media platforms including the award-winning During Covid times Clyde worked with a special taskforce of Dublin City Council, DublinTown, An Garda Siochana, the NTA and Legacy Communications to deliver comprehensive marketing and communications plans to safely reopen Dublin city centre to the public after Covid19 lockdowns. Clyde was a member of the branding subgroup of the ‘Grow Dublin Tourism Implementation Group,’ the group responsible for delivering the Dublin brand. Clyde now sits on the Failte Ireland Tourism Recovery Taskforce. Clyde is also course director for the Fitzwilliam Institute Group Diploma in Event Management course.

Having been born and raised in Ballymun the location and the people are special to me and I was delighted when asked by fellow board member Paul to join the board. I believe this company is making a difference in the lives of the people it engages with and that is important to me.

I want to see the company’s endeavours help a lot more people. And to show the work in Ballymun as a best in case example to other locations in Ireland and indeed around the world. I would like to the company have a footprint in different communities.


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Our Changemakers

Find out more about our changemakers at Innovate Communities

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As an advocate for “listening deeply and treading lightly,” Janene understands the importance of engaging with and understanding local communities in order to inspire and deliver effective action, movement building, and systemic change. Her experience with participatory research and co-design approaches aligns with Innovate Communities’ focus on community-driven solutions, and her passion for community storytelling underscores the importance of centering the voices and perspectives of local residents in the work of the organisation.
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Mick Creedon is a skilled professional with experience in research, management training, and community development. As Manager of the Ballymun Job Centre, he provides job training and employment services to local residents. With his research expertise, Mick has co-authored reports on unemployment and employer attitudes towards hiring. His broad skillset makes him a valuable asset to any organization seeking to make a positive impact in their community.
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With a proven track record of establishing successful businesses and advocating for the power of networking, his passion for start-ups and small businesses aligns with Innovate Communities’ mission to support and empower entrepreneurs. Liam brings valuable insight and expertise in economic development, business start-ups, and community building to the table.

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