The Network Ireland West Cork August event titled “Gráinne McCarthy of Wall Street Journal in conversation with Dr Pixie McKenna” will take place on Wednesday, August 22nd 2018 at 6pm at Glebe Gardens, Baltimore, Co Cork. TV doctor, writer, radio broadcaster, GP and Cork native, Dr Pixie McKenna, will be the keynote speaker and MC on the evening will be Gráinne McCarthy, Deputy Chief News Editor for The Wall Street Journal.
Speaking ahead of the event, Dr Pixie McKenna said “I am delighted to support the Network Ireland West Cork event and especially proud to do so as Baltimore has been my family bolt hole for the past 40 years. The network showcases the unique and vibrant female business leaders in the region representing a powerhouse of talent which puts the area well and truly on the map.”
Speaking about the event, Adrienne Harrington, President of Network Ireland West Cork, said “Our summer barbeque will be a fantastic opportunity to showcase the very best of West Cork and will be an opportunity for members and non-members to unwind and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Glebe Gardens. Both Dr Pixie McKenna and Gráinne McCarthy are West Cork natives with incredible international careers. We have a calendar of dynamic monthly events for members and are always welcoming new members.”
To book tickets for the Network Ireland West Cork summer barbeque event, visit www.conferize.com/an-evening-with-dr-pixie-mckenna. There is a special rate for Network Ireland members and all members can bring one guest at a discounted rate of €25. Non-members are welcome to attend and the cost is €45.
Network Ireland West Cork holds networking events for members and guests in different locations in West Cork on the last Wednesday of every month. The organisation currently has over sixty members and welcomes new members from across West Cork. For further information and to stay up-to-date with the latest news, subscribe to the monthly newsletter by emailing [email protected] or follow the branch on Facebook (www.facebook.com/NetIrlWestCork) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/NetIrlWestCork).