Garry Bennett

Garry has over 18 years of experience developing software and managing technical teams internationally. Graduating with a BSc in Computer Applications from Cork Institute of Technology, Garry began his career as a software developer with Yahoo! in London. Garry has since worked in management positions in the UK, Australia and Ireland, managing technical teams of large multinational organisations.

Garry is a certified ScrumMaster (CSM) with the Scrum Alliance and also holds Project Management Professional (PMP) certification with the Project Management Institute.

In his role as Software Program Director, Garry is responsible for the continued progression of the AMS software suite.

Jackie Murnane

Jackie joined AMS in January 2012. Her qualifications include a BSc in Health and Fitness, MSc in Nutritional Science and a Diploma in Medical Administration. Before Jackie joined AMS she worked in the area of research which focused on hypertension and lowering it through dietary means. She has also worked in the area of healthy eating amongst children in primary schools. Jackie is involved in many aspects of the Office Management of AMS. This includes but not limited to Finance, Statistics, Result processing/administration and Project planning & management. Jackie is also the Product Owner of the AMS Screening Software Platform, which involves identifying and prioritizing new feature development on the system.

Daniel Luby

Daniel graduated with a BSc in Health Promotion and Physical Activity from Dundalk Institute of Technology in 2011, and in 2015 also graduated with an MSc in Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation from the University of Chester in England. Daniel is a sports enthusiast with Gaelic football being his main competitive sport and has represented his university and county in the past. Daniel has a keen interest in strength and conditioning and is a certified gym, group exercise and kettlebell instructor. Daniel has experience in implementing health behaviour change and physical activity intervention programmes tailored specifically for individuals and specialised groups who suffer from chronic illnesses such as cardiovascular disease, and obesity.