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Criona Sexton - Communications Executive
Screen Skills Ireland
3rd Floor, 14-16 Lord Edward Street, Dublin, D02 YC63, Ireland
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Criona is the Communication Executive at Screen Skills Ireland. She is responsible for all communication and digital marketing at Screen Skills Ireland. As part of her work in Screen Skills Ireland Criona has developed a range of key training interventions, organised industry networking events and devised a strategic communications plan for the organisation. Criona holds a HND in Film Operations and Production, a Diploma in Training and Education and a professional diploma in Digital Marketing.


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