Marina Bleahen


Marina Bleahen, CEO, Business Works 


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After Medical, Pharmaceutical, Strategic Management and Marketing roles, currently the CEO and Founder of Business Works.  An Organisational Behaviour and Communication Specialist focusing on facilitating Corporate leaders and teams to align through resolving communication challenges and culture deficiencies resulting in clear deliverables, accountability with demonstrable improvement to their bottom line profitability, stakeholder engagement and talent retention.

Election Statement

Solving the housing and infrastructure crisis is critical. We must align to work with government to expediate and deliver a plan that will keep jobs here and continue to allow for business growth.  We must work to provide homes for our employees, so business can flourish.

Currently, President, North Dublin Chamber, co-opted seat on Dublin Chamber Council. I understand the many challenges faced by Corporates and SME businesses from recruitment, talent retention to transport and infrastructure. Within Chamber and a member of SFA National Council, I champion both the voices of SME’s and the larger indigenous and multinational corporate contributors to Dublin’s diverse business ecosystem.

With your vote, I will work to solve the housing and infrastructure crisis improving business lives.

More About Business Works

We work with our clients to design optimal organisation culture andstructures, roles, and responsibilities. We help them hire the right people and advise them on how to reward and motivate their workforce to deliver results.

  • Organisational Culture & Communication
  • Leadership & Professional Development
  • Accountability
  • Assessment, Retention & Succession
  • Business Transformation & Change Management


Professor Diarmuid Hegarty, President, Griffith College

Geraldine Magnier, Director, Idiro Analytics

Vote for me between 13th to 17th February 2023


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