Ireland's Top 25 Most Powerful Women
Professor Anne Scott has been named as one of Ireland's Top 25 Most Powerful Women by the Women's Executive Network, the largest community of influential, powerful and successful women in Canada and Ireland. Anne, who currently holds the position of Deputy President/Registrar of Dublin City University, is being recognised for her proven track record in academic leadership, including the initiation and management of change and organisational transformation within the public sector.
Having established DCU School of Nursing as an internationally renowned and networked school of nursing, Anne was appointed Deputy President/Registrar of the University. In this post she has initiated and led the development and implementation of some of DCU's most significant academic initiatives of the past decade.
Anne has worked clinically and academically in Ireland, Scotland and Kenya. Her research interests are in the philosophy and ethics of health care and in clinical judgement and decision-making. She led the first €1 million Nursing Research grant ever awarded in Ireland and has recently participated, as Irish Principal Investigator, in an FP7 project on Nursing Manpower Planning in the HSE over the coming 20 years.
As Ireland's University of Enterprise, DCU is proud to acknowledge Anne's many achievements and warmly congratulate her on this recognition of her significant contribution to education and research.