it@cork WoMen in Tech Lunchtime Series









We are delighted to announce Marguerite Sayers, Managing Director of ESB Networks DAC as our November WoMen in Tech guest speaker. Join us for this lunch time event at the Montenotte Hotel, Cork.

In 2014, we launched our “WoMen in Tech” programme to support diversity and inclusion in the technology sector. One of the features of this programme has been our lunchtime series, aimed at bringing women together to network and hear from female role models who have blazed their own trail in this sector. The series was very well received among the technology community and most women leave the events feeling positive and empowered.

The focus on diversity and inclusion continues to grow in Ireland and it@cork wants to continue to play a part in driving this agenda within the technology sector.

The aim of the next series of talks is to introduce our members (both men and women) to leading, talented female role models, containing both men and women from the tech sector. The speakers at these events will not only inspire us to Stay at work, but also equip us with tools to both Advance and Lead in our professions.


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Marguerite Sayers

Managing Director of ESB Networks DAC

Marguerite Sayers is Managing Director of ESB Networks DAC. A native of Co. Kerry, she qualified as an Electrical/Electronic Engineer from UCC in 1991, and has worked in various managerial positions and locations throughout Ireland with ESB since graduating.

Following senior roles as HR Manager, Customer Services Manager for Dublin South and Head of Asset Management for ESB Networks, she managed ESB’s Generation portfolio for two years before returning to ESB Networks as Managing Director in November 2014. ESB Networks DAC manages Ireland’s 170,000km of Electricity Distribution Network, has 3,200 employees, 2.3 million customers and an annual budget of circa €1Bn.

Ms. Sayers now lives in Dublin, is a Fellow of the Institute of Engineers of Ireland, and has been a member of Engineers Ireland’s Council and Executive Committees for the past six years. She is currently a Vice-President of Engineers Ireland and is also a member of the Development Board of the National Paediatric Hospital.