Siobhán Creaton

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Siobhán Creaton is the current head of Public Affairs and Advocacy at the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland [1] and is a member of the Irish Street Arts, Circus and Spectacle board, having previously worked as a media adviser to Ruairi Quinn, Minister for Education and Skills, as well as director of communications for the Department of Education and Skills.[2][3] She is a former Finance Correspondent with The Irish Times, and a former Business Correspondent with the Irish Independent.

In 2010 she published a book, A Mobile Fortune; the Life and Times of Denis O' Brien, an unauthorized biography of Denis O'Brien. She authored the first book about Ryanair, the low-fares airline. The book, Ryanair: How a Small Irish Airline Conquered Europe, was launched in May 2004 and later updated in 2007 to Ryanair: The full story of the controversial low-cost airline. Both were published by Aurum Press in paperback. She also co-wrote Panic At The Bank about John Rusnak, with Conor O'Clery.


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  2. ^ "ISACS New Board of Directors 2018!". Retrieved 2019-03-04.
  3. ^ Book (eISB), electronic Irish Statute. "electronic Irish Statute Book (eISB)". Retrieved 2019-03-04.

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