Chief Executive

  • Noyona Chundur

    Noyona Chundur

    Chief Executive
    Noyona Chundur has been Chief Executive of the Consumer Council for Northern Ireland since January 2021. Noyona was awarded Public Sector Director of the Year at the 2023 Institute of Director Awards.
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    Noyona is a Chartered Director through the Institute of Directors, is a Council Member for the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry and is Chair of the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival. 

    Noyona is a former Board Member of the Consumer Council and was Chair of the Audit and Risk Assurance Committee prior to becoming Chief Executive. Noyona previously held the role of Head of Campaigns and Digital Solutions at Invest Northern Ireland where she led their communications strategy for Northern Ireland, winning multiple internationally recognised awards for marketing and digital innovation. 

Director team

  • William Warke

    William Warke

    William Warke is Director of Corporate Services, responsible for human resources, finance, facilities and transformation and change.
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    William has held various roles in both the public and private sectors as Head of HR in Education, Head of Transformation & Change with an NHS Trust and Director of HR for AssetCo PLC and retains a consulting background. William is a graduate of Ulster University in Business Studies and is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development.

  • Peter McClenaghan

    Peter McClenaghan

    Peter McClenaghan is the Director of Infrastructure and Sustainability, responsible for the strategic leadership of energy, water, and transport policy.
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    Peter holds postgraduate qualifications in research methods and energy policy. Prior to joining the Consumer Council, Peter worked as a consultant advising GB utility companies and undertook a secondment as Head Regulatory Economist at a leading international payments company. He has led regulatory affairs and compliance in gas distribution and supply and spent six years working as a senior policy advisor to Government Ministers and MPs. 

    Peter holds voluntary roles as Chairperson of advocacy charity Voice of Young People in Care and Chairperson of EnergyCloud Northern Ireland.

  • Anne-Marie Murphy

    Anne-Marie Murphy

    Anne-Marie Murphy is Director of Strategy and Emerging markets, responsible for leading work in consumer issues about EU Exit, cost of living, food affordability, accessibility and emerging markets.
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    Anne-Marie previously worked in Invest NI in the areas of EU Exit, Internal Communications and oversaw the delivery of customer surveying and multiple international investment events.

  • Sean Breen

    Sean Breen

    Sean Breen is Director of Financial and Postal Services, responsible for leading work in financial inclusion and postal services policy in Northern Ireland.
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    Sean has 16 years’ experience in the Youth and Community sector, having led a range of frontline services across North Belfast. Sean has held various roles in the Consumer Council since joining in 2021, including Senior Education Officer and Head of Financial Services.

    Sean holds a BSC Hons Degree in Community Youth Work, Postgraduate Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders and a MSC Counselling Skills and Therapeutic Communication and is currently a voluntary board member of the YEHA Project.

  • Scott Kennerley

    Scott Kennerley

    Scott Kennerley is the Director of Consumer Empowerment, responsible for strategic leadership of consumer research, complaints investigations, communication and outreach.
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    Before joining the Consumer Council in 2010, Scott managed debt advice services for Citizens Advice Northern Ireland. He has had various roles in financial services including mental health money advice, providing support and representation to clients with enduring mental health conditions, and a regulated financial adviser. Scott also serves as the Consumer Council Data Protection Officer.