Offaly-born Margaret Molloy is vice president of marketing at Gerson Lehrman Group in New York, a company that connects business decision makers with subject-matter experts worldwide.
Molloy came to the U.S with Enterprise Ireland in 1993 and went on to a successful career at Telecom Ireland (U.S.) and Siebel Systems.
Molloy is involved in many Irish causes in New York, such as the American Ireland Fund Young Leaders. Molloy earned bachelor of arts in European business from the University of Ulster and an master’s from Harvard. She says,
“Three characteristics of the Irish -- a genuine interest in others, passion and grit -- define my philosophy of life and work. Being Irish also means dedication to family and the confidence to laugh at yourself,” she says.
Molloy is married to Irish America magazine’s Wall Street 50 honoree Jim O’Sullivan, an economist with UBS, and lives in Manhattan with their sons Finn and Emmet.
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