Jonathan Healy has spent a quarter of a century working at the highest levels of Irish broadcasting, having worked extensively with Newstalk, Sky News, RTE and Cork’s RedFM. He established Healy Communications in 2017 with the express goal of helping businesses and improve their storytelling.

A graduate of law from University College Cork, Jonathan has conducted thousands of interviews with people from all walks of Irish life. A skilled inquisitor and proven cross-platform content creator, he has cultivated extensive contacts across politics, business and public relations throughout the country.

He also has strong links to the charity sector, serving as voluntary Chairman of the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association and board member of the Cork Midsummer Festival.

Jonathan is also a proven event facilitator and engaging MC. He has also delivered high impact voice-over work for corporate videos and campaigns. Jonathan passionately believes in the power of communication, and how it can be harnessed to support the needs of his clients.



As Creative Director Niamh is responsible for helping to bring PR campaigns to the next level. She works with clients to ensure they get the most from their PR campaigns. Crisis communication is also an area of expertise for Niamh who has 20 years of experience in communications, public relations and journalism. Having joined Healy Communications in the very early days she has enjoyed getting to know clients across all sectors from corporate to charity to the arts. Her areas of speciality include corporate, public sector and financial PR, public affairs and crisis communications. In addition, Niamh loves helping small and start-up companies tell their stories to a wider audience.

She has worked in Dublin, Cork, London and New York and Niamh was previously Media Relations Manager for AIB Bank. She also worked as a Senior Business Journalist at the Irish Examiner and was Chief Reporter at the Irish Post Newspaper in London. In addition she previously worked for RTE and the Sunday Business Post.

Niamh has a Degree in Government and Public Policy from University College Cork and Diplomas in Journalism and Public Relations. She was also nominated twice for Smurfit Business School Young Business Journalist of the Year.



Colette is responsible for managing financial accounts and diary management.

Colette spent 20 years working as a legal secretary with leading firms Good and Murray Smith, A&L Goodbody and Coakley Maloney before establishing Healy Communications with her husband, Jonathan.



Ciara has accrued 20 years of experience in communications across the worlds of PR, regional and national radio broadcasting. She uses the lessons learned during that time to inform campaigns for businesses and organisations across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. 

During her radio career, Ciara was a voice on air during local, general and European elections, referendums and a wide range of historic events, including the Bank Guarantee, the visits of US President Barack Obama and Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and the London bombings.  As editor of a busy national newsroom at Newstalk 106-108 fm, she became skilled at working under pressure and to tight deadlines. 

Based in Kildare, Ciara enjoys working with clients and events primarily in the Dublin region. She is part of the Healy Communications Media Training team and also enjoys advising clients as they create and promote podcasts and other content streams.

Ciara holds an honours degree in Communications from DCU and a Diploma in Digital Marketing.



Cork native Sinead spent more than 12 years working as a broadcast journalist with WLR in Waterford. During that time, she covered everything from council meetings and job announcements to elections and plane crashes. As a result, she has built an extensive network of contacts in local and national media and knows what will make it to print or on-air. In October 2020, Sinead won silver at the IMRO Radio Awards for her documentary ‘Breast Cancer and Me’.

Sinead joined Healy Communications in March 2021 and has provided detailed and responsive PR and crisis management support to a wide range of clients in the healthcare, hospitality, education and energy sectors. 


Based in Waterford, Sinead has a degree in History and Politics from UCC and a Higher Diploma in Journalism from Griffith College, Cork. In 2020, she embarked on a Diploma in Public Relations with the Public Relations Institute of Ireland, graduating with honours the following year.



Mary has over two decades’ experience in the media. She’s been a show host, newsreader and reporter both for Beat 102 103 and WLR, as well as WLR’s Online Content Coordinator.  She remains the presenter of WLR’s business programme The Hot Desk. Mary also provides MC duties for corporate and public events, which has proved invaluable in her work as part of the Healy Communications Media Training team. 


Since joining Healy Communications, Mary has worked with a variety of clients from the worlds of personal finance, community organisations, food and drink and healthcare.


Based in Waterford, Mary has a degree in Journalism from DIT and recently completed a Master’s in Digital Marketing at WIT (now SETU).



Fiona has a wealth of experience in communications having worked in media for more than 20 years. During that time, she has developed an instinctive understanding of what makes a news story which is key to her work with Healy Communications.


Fiona was the editor and producer of the award-winning talk show on Cork’s 96FM, The Opinion Line, which she also guest-presented.  She was also the senior news reporter with 96FM and C103 for six years and previously worked as a news reporter with Cork’s RedFM for 10 years. Prior to her move to Cork, she worked as a news reporter with Midlands 103 and the Athlone Topic newspaper.


During her time at Healy Communications, Fiona has enjoyed taking on clients from the worlds of healthcare, the motor industry and more. She also produces the Red Business podcast, hosted by Jonathan Healy for Cork’s RedFM.


Based in Cork, Fiona is currently studying for a diploma in PR through the PRII and she has a degree in English from NUI, Galway.



Indian native Sulagna is currently pursuing her Masters in PR with New Media from Munster Technological University (MTU) Cork, where she has received the Eolas scholarship. However, her internship at Healy Communications is far from her first experience in the sector. She started her first job in the field of PR in 2018 with Burson Cohn & Wolfe (BCW) India, followed by Adfactors PR in 2021, where she has worked with a range of Indian and global brands in the Corporate & Financial practice area. 


Apart from travelling and exploring a variety of cuisines and cultures, Sulagna is passionate about storytelling and curious about the impact of technology in the communications field


She holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Corporate Communications and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism & Mass Communication from India.



Enda Brady brings two decades of Sky News experience to the table. He has interviewed world leaders, FTSE 100 CEOs, elite sports people and Hollywood A-listers.

He has coached business leaders in the UK, England footballers and chief executives on how to deal with the media and land their message.

In January, he helped fashion designer Ozwald Boateng and British Airways tell the story of their collaboration on a new uniform for 30,000 colleagues.

Name a crisis and he has covered it. His voice is heard on radio stations across Ireland, Britain, Australia, New Zealand and the USA every day.

Enda is a 42-time marathoner in his spare time and recently completed a Polar marathon in -17c in the Arctic. He speaks fluent Italian and French and is from Enniscorthy, County Wexford


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