Jenna Mairs

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Jenna Mairs
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Now, she is a Senior Investment Manager at WhiteRock Capital Partners, where she is responsible for sourcing and executing investment transactions and working with banks and other providers to enable growth for SMEs.

Jenna is also the 2019 Chairperson for Young Leaders NI, where she champions the cause of inspiring leadership and providing opportunity for young people. She believes in the power of networking, mentoring and working with competitors, and that being prepared is the best step to success. “Have a plan in place for what you want to achieve, how you’re going to achieve it, and what you can measure it against.”

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