As event coordinator for Foxboro Stadium, Brian O'Donovan attracted many big names. Now he presents an Irish radio show
Wild Geese: Paul Soden from Cork has found his path in replacing Brazil’s Amazonian forest
He trained as an aerospace engineer in England, now Stephen Mooney is flying high in the US Midwest
John Gunning has retired from sumo-wrestling and become an English-language commentator
Engineers face some of Earth’s most testing conditions in aftermath of 2015 earthquake
Ireland needs its expat construction workers back. But how can we entice them home?
‘Irish teachers are highly sought and are most popular with our schools and students’
Most Irish doctors in Australia want to move home, but they will not unless conditions improve
Cormac Sheedy has seen the phenomenal growth of Dubai first hand with Irish people at the centre of it
Cork scientist builds big data solutions to help people after earthquakes and disease
Pastry chef Gráinne Mullins is working in Ox Belfast, after two years in Dan B in France
If you are raising a family and work in TV then LA is the place to be, says producer and director Marcus Fox
Kevin Kennedy's company sells solar systems to the 4m households without power
Despite the advantages, Africa can be a dangerous place, says Semma Badenhorst
... And where does top Irish chef Robin Gill eat in Dublin and London? ‘
Wild Geese, Rosemary Dooley in New York
Irish archaeologist Garry Keyes runs the Danish equivalent of Annaghmakerrig
Lessons from family business in Boyle still shape hotel manager’s approach to hospitality
‘Pawsome Doctor’ Oisín Tracey has amassed an Instagram following of almost 50,000
Wild Geese: David Walsh, owner of CIM Enviro
Oona Tully on her role as publisher with UN Environment in Kenya
Howth native Rhys Davies found his niche in the wine import business in Virginia, USA
Data scientist Stuart Jackson works in Michigan on healthcare related data projects
Serial entrepreneur Seamus McAteer says the city revolves around the tech sector
The Irish vet dealing with all creatures great, small and horse-shaped in London
Sinéad Connolly is a director and founder of Sydney-based Lotus People
Video game developer Hazel Kelly from Co Wicklow now works in North Carolina
Grace Barrett works as a TV producer for the United Nations in New York
Wild Geese: For Fergus Murphy, the best part of living in Denmark is work-life balance
'For as long as I can remember I wanted to work with wild animals'
Electrical engineer Ann Kelleher left Ireland for the US 10 years ago
‘I was useless at languages in school but here I had no option but to learn French’
‘Enjoy the differences and push yourself outside your comfort zone’
Wild Geese: Sydney-based ‘business connector’ Helen Waldron
An MA in women's studies has taken Concern's Aine Costigan all over the world
Wild Geese: Dan Gallen’s first six months in the Danish capital proved challenging
Aoife Gowran leads a stem cell project at Europe's only dedicated cardiovascular research hospital
‘Own what’s different about you, and make that part of your personal brand’
Inspired by his own secular marriage in Sligo, Brian Morgan changed career
Magic happens in San Francisco’s Bay Area, tech investor Gareth Keane says
Claire Connell's career journey has taken her to Portland, Oregon
Wild Geese: Martin O’Brien founded the longest-running medical cannabis dispensary in the world
NCAD graduate Micheál Masterson is a fashion photographer and photo editor in New York
Wild Geese: Law graduate discovered craft brewing while teaching in Japan
What job in Ireland would send you to the Maldives for 30 hours?
Wild Geese: Geraldine McFadden runs a boutique hotel popular with Irish tourists
Dr Sidhbh Gallagher has performed 200 gender affirmation surgeries since 2015
Aoife Carry works as an artistic director on large circus shows in Asia
Life has been good for Stephen O’Farrell at the European gate to Asia
Irish designer Petria Lenehan moved to New York where she has built a new business
Rosie O'Shea: 'In Australia, there is a wider network of professionals in the field of medical genetics'
Philip McKernan has built a US business coaching entrepreneurs and their teams
Q&A: Sinead Tiernan from Co Mayo on working for the European trade union movement in Brussels
Wild Geese: Hazel Jane Lyons rents a one-bed loft in Tribeca for €4,000 a month
Q&A: Ruth Gallagher works in shipping litigation in Athens
Wild Geese: James Hourigan, London
'It is a great place to live. You go about in shorts, a T-shirt and flip-flops day and night'
Wild Geese: Andrew Cromien and Lorna Lee opened a guest house in Vence, France
'I get slagged for my accent, but I’ve been well treated and welcomed'
Cormac Breathnach realised academic life was not getting him close enough to horses
Aisling Quirke’s entrepreneurial instinct found a natural home among fintech opportunities in Africa
Eiméar Cooney from Co Meath works as an occupational therapist in Aberdeen
Film director couldn’t resist the lure of Hollywood when chance presented itself
‘I doubt many people use their holidays to go to Gaza'
Wild Geese: Anne O’Riordan is senior managing director at Accenture Life Sciences
Education consultant Ciara McGuane has clients in the UK, and lives in Ennis. Here’s how she does it . . .
Wild Geese: A 'gap year' in Spain at 45 led John Keogh to a new career as a walking guide
Nicole O’Sullivan works with musicians like Avicii and Tove Lo, signed to Universal Music in Sweden
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