Roisin Donnelly is a dyed-in-the wool P&G marketer having spent 31 years at the business, most recently in the role of brand director for Northern Europe as well as sitting on the UK board.
She joined the company as a graduate trainee after leaving Glasgow University, where her peers included politicos Charles Kennedy and Liam Fox. She has been a pioneer and trailblazer with achievements under her belt including being the first female president of The Marketing Society.
Donnelly left P&G in July 2016 to explore portfolio management. Alongside her role as a council member of the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), she is also a non-executive director at food delivery app Just Eat, as well as holiday accommodation business Bourne Leisure and the Internet Advertising Bureau UK (IAB).