Jolanta Burke, Ph.D. is a chartered educational psychologist with the British Psychological Society, assistant professor and researcher in Maynooth University, where she teaches positive psychology for Master’s in Education and Master’s in Educational Leadership and Management.

Before joining Maynooth University, she was a programme director and a senior lecturer for Master’s in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology at the University of East London, as well as a lecturer in Dublin City University and Trinity Business School, where she designed and delivered a highly popular module in the Psychology of Leadership for Master’s in Management, subsequently awarded the top general management master’s degree in Western Europe.

Prior to her academic career, she has worked as an educational leader and a consultant in various industries, such as Technology (e.g. Google, Storyful), Finance (e.g. Primerica, Cornmarket), State agencies (e.g. Food Safety Authority, Ervia), Pharmaceutical (e.g. Pfizer, Novartis), Mental Health (e.g. Aware, PCI) and many more.

She has spoken at conferences around the world and published extensively. For her work on wellbeing, she was acknowledged by the Irish Times as one of 30 people in Ireland who make it a better place. For more information, visit www.jolantaburke.com.

Jolanta Burke, PhD Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Maynooth University, Maynooth, Ireland

Jolanta Burke, Ph.D. is a chartered educational psychologist with the British Psychological Society, assistant professor and researcher in Maynooth University, where she teaches positive psychology for Master’s in Education and Master’s in Educational Leadership and Management.

Before joining Maynooth University, she was a programme director and a senior lecturer for Master’s in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology at the University of East London, as well as a lecturer in Dublin City University and Trinity Business School, where she designed and delivered a highly popular module in the Psychology of Leadership for Master’s in Management, subsequently awarded the top general management master’s degree in Western Europe.

Prior to her academic career, she has worked as an educational leader and a consultant in various industries, such as Technology (e.g. Google, Storyful), Finance (e.g. Primerica, Cornmarket), State agencies (e.g. Food Safety Authority, Ervia), Pharmaceutical (e.g. Pfizer, Novartis), Mental Health (e.g. Aware, PCI) and many more.

She has spoken at conferences around the world and published extensively. For her work on wellbeing, she was acknowledged by the Irish Times as one of 30 people in Ireland who make it a better place. For more information, visit www.jolantaburke.com.

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