ICB Ireland is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee. It is managed by its Board under the guidance of an Advisory Council. The Advisory Council is made up of the elected chairmen of the various Working Groups and other members who are co-opted for their particular experience.

Royal Patron: 
His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent GCVO

Vice President: 
Leslie T Ellis



ICB Ireland Board

Garry Carter

Garry Carter


CEO ICB Ireland
CEO ICB Global
CEO ICB Awards

James Carter

James Carter


Information Technology
International Development

Ami Copeland

Ami Copeland


Marketing & Communications


ICB Advisory Council


Stuart Morris FICB


Nicholas Howarth FICB


David Anfield FICB 


Kenneth Bell AICB PM. Dip 


Claire Packham FICB


Dinah Scudder FICB


Louise Templeton AICB


Paula Veysey-Smith FICB


Roberta Woodcock FICB


Steven Worrall MICB   


Jonathan Gault MICB PM.Dip


Gary Hupston - Chair of the Training Providers Group 


ICB Regional Council


ICB International Council

Australia: Matthew Addison

Azerbaijan: Nuriyya Novruzova

Republic of Ireland: Gary Reynolds

Russia: Anastasia Rusakova

Belarus: Irina Macokina

Kazakhstan: Rustam Mukhamedov

Uzbekistan: Dinara Djumaeva

India: Deepak Malhotra

Italy: Moses Ogbenna

Ghana: George Dodzidenu, John Horsoo

Nigeria: Ayodele Samuel Olatiregun

Philippines: Henry Ong

Malaysia: Low Chin Ong

Hong Kong: Danny Ng

Taiwan: Kenneth Chionh

Caribbean: Karen Benny-Persad

UAE: Sanjay Batheja

USA: Henry Gradstein

Zimbabwe: Bigboy Musemwa

C Africa: Olivier Cabamba

Tanzania: Joel Mwakitalu

Zambia: Ndwendwe O Sibanda


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