Some of the women on the MyWallSt team share their experiences about investing and opinions on why there are so few female investors.
This is our attempt at communicating to the wider world what exactly it is that makes working at MyWallSt unique. The people that work here and the unique culture we’ve built are the only things that rival the importance we’ve put on our product and we want to share them with the world.
With ‘5 Merrion Row’, we’ll bring the individual voices of those working here together. The topics will include ones as diverse as start-ups, design, investing, office events and personal stories.
But one thing that they will all have in common is that they are uniquely MyWallSt.
Hi, I’m Laoise and I’m from Co. Clare, on the west coast of Ireland. I’m the Head of Brand and Customer Experience for MyWallSt.
Hi, I’m Roberto and I am an iOS developer here at MyWallSt. I am originally from Valladolid in Spain but have been living in Dublin for the past few years.
Here at MyWallSt we believe in Six Golden Rules. We believe that by following our Six Golden Rules you will become the successful investor you always wanted to be!
Hey, I’m Megan and I am a Data Analyst here at MyWallSt. I am originally from Charlotte, North Carolina but have been living in Dublin for the past two years. Before MyWallSt, I was playing tennis for my alma mater Appalachian State University while studying Economics.
Hi, I’m John Tyrrell, I am the Co-Founder and COO of MyWallSt. I come from Galway in the West of Ireland, where I live with my wife Muireann and my 3 little kids Ella, Rosie and Jack.
Hi, I’m Jamie. I am a content writer for MyWallSt and I come from Tullamore, Co. Offaly, in the Irish midlands.
Hey I’m James, I’m from Kildare in the Irish midlands. I’m the Head of Head of Content and Publishing here at MyWallSt.
Hi I’m Julie, I am from Glen Arm, Maryland. I’m Head of Copywriting and Sales at MyWallSt.
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