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Patron: Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland
Chairperson: Brendan Halligan
Director General: Tom Arnold
Director of Research and Vice President for Global Affairs: Jill Donoghue
Director of Administration: Fionnuala Keane
Director of Finance: Janice Epstein
Board of Directors: Anthony Brown, Conor Brady, Brendan Butler, Marie Cross, Niall Greene, Brendan Halligan, Tom Haughey, John Hume, Kevin Keary, Peter McLoone, Daithi O’Ceallaigh, Terence O’Rourke, Terry Neill and John Redmond.
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Secretary: John Redmond
Treasurer: Brendan Butler
Comité d’Honneur: Enda Kenny, John Bruton, David Byrne, Brian Cowen, Pat Cox, Ray MacSharry, Charles McCreevy, Michael O’Kennedy, Mary Robinson, Peter Sutherland, Mary McAleese, Bertie Ahern and Maire Geoghegan Quinn
Honorary Life Members: Adrian Burke, Professor Patrick Keatinge, Derry O‘Hegarty, Dr Con Power, Dr David Williamson and Geraldine Byrne Nason
Vice Presidents: Adrian Burke, Tom Haughey, Una O'Dwyer, Nora Owen
Senior Fellows: Tony Brown, Pat Cox, Marie Cross, Paul Gallagher Eamon Gilmore, Katherine Meenan , Pádraig Murphy