Experience and Leadership
Frank has led diverse teams to deliver major projects including the Teagasc flagship event held in 2016, “Farming and Country Life, 1916” which commemorated 1916 and attracted an audience of 50,000 visitors. Another such event was “Sheep 2015” with an audience of 15,000 patrons with a specific interest in sheep.
A winner of numerous innovation awards for pioneering and developing practices for the benefit of the organisation’s clients and employees.
He is an experienced group facilitator pioneering for Teagasc the concept of one adviser establishing and running several discussion groups, a feature that has now become the accepted norm within the organisation and among Private Agricultural Consultants.