- Patrick Magee - Director, IT Services (Interim)
- John Lawlor - Deputy Director, IT Services
- Lee Mills - Head of Central and Distributed Support
- Dr. Geoff Bradley - Head of Academic Services and Operations
- Helen O'Hara - Head of Management Services
Patrick Magee is the Director of IT Services (Interim) since January 2017. He is responsible for overall direction of the IT organisation, the maintenance of services to our 17,500 students and 4,000 staff, and the delivery of change programs to enable the university’s strategic priorities.
Prior to joining Trinity College Dublin, Patrick held a number of IT leadership roles with international financial services organisations in Ireland and abroad. He has held positions as CIO for emerging countries; Head of IT Delivery for Europe, Middle East and Africa; and as a Global Delivery Services Executive. Patrick holds a B.SC in Computer Applications from Dublin City University and is on the Board of HEAnet and the Coeliac Society of Ireland, a registered charity.
John Lawlor is the Deputy Director of IT Services. He oversees the IT Services Projects Office, Vendor Relationship, IT Security, Office administration and the Enterprise Architecture group.
Prior to joining Trinity, John was Head of Information Systems in Meath County Council. He ran his own training and consulting company for several years and worked for large public and private sector organisations, primarily managing large-scale change programmes. John was also a Director of Information Risk Management in KPMG, the leading international firm of Chartered Accountants and Business Advisors.
Ms. Lee Mills is the Head of Central and Distributed Support in IT Services. The IT Service Desk provides user support services for Trinity staff and students. Lee also oversees IT skills development services and all central communications from IT Services.
Prior to joining Trinity, Lee was the Head of IT Support Services at the University of Surrey and has also worked in Support Services in the IT department at the University of Southampton. She holds a BA in Modern History and an MSc in Computer Science from Queens University Belfast and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education from the University of Greenwich.
Dr. Geoff Bradley is Head of Academic Services and Operations in IT Services and is responsible for the delivery of core compute, network, storage and Research IT infrastructure and services to the Trinity community.
Prior to taking up his current position in IT Services, Dr. Bradley was director of the Trinity Centre for High Performance Computing and Assistant Professor (part-time) in the School of Mathematics where he lectured on advanced numerical analysis. He has acted as PI or co-PI on research grants bringing in over €25M funding.
Dr. Bradley holds an MBA from the Smurfit Business School, UCD (2010), a PhD in Physics, TCD (2001) and an MSc in High Performance Computing, TCD (1999).
Ms. Helen O’Hara is Head of Management Services in IT Services and is responsible for Application Design and Development, Programming and Integration, Business Application Support and Business Intelligence services to the Trinity community.
Prior to taking up her current position in IT Services, Ms. O’Hara was Manager of the Student Administration System (SAS) User Support Unit. She also had management roles in the Student Records and Alumni / Proctors’ Offices as well as in the Office of the Vice Provost.
Ms. O’Hara holds a M.Sc. (Management of Information Systems) as well as a B.Sc. Financial Information Systems