Officers & Council
Brian is President of the Londonderry Chamber of Commerce and Chief Executive of Foyle Port
Brian was elected as the 76th President of the Londonderry Chamber of Commerce in December 2018, previously serving as the Chamber’s Vice President. During his time as President, Brian’s focus for his Presidency will be to support the members of the Chamber by providing strong guidance and leadership.
He was appointed as the Chief Executive and Harbour Commissioner of Foyle Port in 2003. Prior to his current role, Brian was the Director of Harland and Wolff and has extensive experience in ship design, project management and maritime economics. He is a Chartered Director, a Fellow of the Institute of Directors and a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
Brian is also a former Council Member of the British Ports Association and the Confederation of British Industries. He is currently a Board Member of the Northern Ireland Council of the Prince’s Trust
Redmond is Regional Manager of Danske Bank in the northwest and Vice President of Londonderry Chamber of Commerce, as well as past President of Londonderry Junior Chamber
Redmond is a career banker, having joined the industry in 1986 and worked through most roles to his current position. His time in banking has allowed him to gain a wealth of experience across the banking sectors including Branch Banking, Business and Corporate Banking,
and Mortgage Services.
He has worked throughout Northern Ireland but is delighted to be now based in Derry-Londonderry. He has a keen interest in supporting the business community in
the northwest and has given his experience on the boards of Noribic, Limavady College and NW
Board of Young Enterprise. He has also been on the board of Foyle Foodbank and has worked to fundraise for Children In Crossfire.
Jennifer McKeever is Past President of the Londonderry Chamber and Managing Director of the Airporter coach service, connecting passengers between Derry-Londonderry and the Belfast airports.
Over more than 20 years in business, Airporter has carried 1.5 million passengers. Airporter is an award-winning industry leader, with a reputation for excellence in customer service and for the use of innovation in transport.
In 2018 Airporter invested £1 million pounds in a customized base with a view to expansion and development.
Airporter is a World Host recognized business, and is accredited in Investors in People (Silver Award).
Jennifer is also Chair of the Tourism Skills group of Derry City and Strabane District Council and is a frequent contributor to issues relating to connectivity, infrastructure and tourism.
As President of the Chamber in 2018 she had the opportunity to represent Chamber on Brexit related issues to British and Irish government, and participated on delegations to Brussels and Westminster on Brexit and City Deals.
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