Stephanie Manahan

Stephanie is CEO of Pieta, where she is responsible for the overall leadership and operations of all Pieta services. Stephanie is passionate about mental health services and has a focus on the needs of children and young people who experience suicidal ideation and engage in self-harm. Stephanie has considerable experience as an Executive and Non-Executive roles. 

Prior to her Role as CEO in Pieta, Stephanie was central to establishing new management structures and robust governance which led a transformational change programme as the Chief Executive of Central Remedial Clinic (CRC).

Stephanie has worked in healthcare for over 30 years following qualifying as an Occupational Therapist in 1990. She has worked in mental health services, hospital services, disability and education, where she has held Senior Management and Senior C-Suite roles.

She holds a BSC from Trinity, an MSC from the University of London and in 2015 Stephanie was awarded the 30% club scholarship and undertook the Professional Diploma in Corporate Governance with the Michael Smurfit Business School in UCD.

Stephanie also holds a qualification in executive coaching from the IMI.

Stephanie has been a non-executive director and member of the Council of CORU (State body for the regulation of Irish Health & Social Care Professions) since 2018 where she also chairs the Professional Practice Advisory Committee.  She also sits on the board of Mental Health Reform.

Stephanie lives in North County Dublin with her two sons and her Golden Retriever Lexi!