Rosaleen Molloy was appointed the National Director of Music Generation in 2010 and has over 20 years’ experience of working in the field of music education in Ireland – as a secondary school teacher, a vocal and instrumental teacher, a choral and orchestral conductor, a workshop leader, a facilitator and trainer, and director of a wide range of ambitious music development programmes.
Previous strategic leadership roles include Project Director Arts in the Classroom Initiative (1996-1997), Founder/Director of County Wexford Children’s Choir Programme (1997-2002) and County Arts Officer, Wexford County Council (2002-2010).
A former student of Wexford School of Music and honours graduate of the Music and Education Departments of University College Cork, Rosaleen is also a skilled choral music education specialist and holds an Artist Teacher Diploma and Master Teacher Certificate from the Choral Music Experience Institute, USA. She was recently awarded a prestigious Fellowship from the Harvard Business School Alumni Club of Ireland to complete Harvard Business School Strategic Perspectives in Non-Profit Leadership programme.
A passionate advocate and dynamic leader for music education, she has pioneered, strategically designed and led numerous ground-breaking initiatives in music education and music development, which have combined innovative and unique approaches to performance, participation and partnership.