New Media and IT Officer appointed in Cork, Cloyne and Ross

The Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, Dr Paul Colton is delighted to announce the appointment of Denise Brueckl to the post of Diocesan Media and Information Technology Officer.

Announcing the appointment, Bishop Colton said:

This is a new post that we’ve taken time to consider with a view to meeting the contemporary communications and IT needs of the Diocese.

With her wide experience in business and more recently in music, as well as her proven track record in communications, business systems and social media, among many other skills, Denise is, I believe, an ideal person to be the first one who is appointed to this post. We are all delighted that she will be on our team here in Cork, Cloyne and Ross.

Denise Brueckl

Denise lives in Cork City with her fiancé Peter, and is a regular attender of St Fin Barre’s Cathedral. She served there as Dean’s Church Warden for two years and has subsequently been singing as a Lay Vicar Choral in the Cathedral Choir for the last three years. 

Denise moved to Cork from her native Bavaria five years ago and brings to the role a varied background in Industrial and Economic Sciences, Business Process Management and Musicology. She has previously worked with international businesses such as Audi, BMW and Siemens, but turned her attention towards music upon arriving in Ireland. 

Denise says:

I am looking forward to getting to know people from across the Diocese and to attending all of the different events which make Cork, Cloyne and Ross such a vibrant and interesting place to live and work.

I have been promoting the Cathedral Choir over the last few years on social media and by creating video footage of them. This is an opportunity to cover many more different spheres and to help put the Diocese with its people firmly on the map.

Denise will commence her work in this new post on 3rd July.

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