President/CEO of Turlough McConnell Communications
Turlough McConnell is a producer and writer with over two decades of experience as a creative program executive in the Irish-American market. He has developed an extensive network of contacts in the US, Ireland and United Kingdom. As President and CEO of Turlough McConnell Communications, Turlough’s body of work includes exhibitions such as 80 Years of Service, at the Consulate of Ireland in NY; multi-media products and documentary films, including The Brian P. Burns Collection of Irish Paintings: Portrait of a People; and live events like the inaugural tour of the Jeanie Johnston, a replica famine ship. He acts as Special Advisor for the Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, CT.
In his role as Contributing Director of Special Features for Irish America Magazine, Turlough produces special supplements, overseeing content, design and all aspects of production. Recent subjects have included the John J. Burns Library at Boston College and Titanic Belfast. For Quinnipiac University, he co-published the book, Celebrating 250 Years of the New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Turlough Links “Seamus” Plug: History Loves A Parade: 260 Years of the St. Patrick's Day Parade - Online on Wed, March 17, 2021, …