Graham Healy is a managing director in Accenture's Health & Public Service practice with sales responsibility for sales operations in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Latin America. His responsibilities include deal-shaping for the creation of client value propositions, deal structures, and commercial mechanisms utilizing various capabilities, assets and technology partners.
Healy has been executive sponsor for the FinTech Innovation Lab Dublin program for early-stage Irish companies in association with Financial Services partners, Enterprise Ireland, the FSIC and more. He was also a lecturer at University College Cork, in Ireland, teaching the MBS Business Information Systems class in the Information Systems Consulting Process to help students develop a greater understanding of the business generation and delivery of the IS consultancy business.
Present areas of emphasis include business development, strategy and management consulting, and Healy is also taking on a new leadership role at the Insight Centre for Data Analytics, one of Europe’s largest data analytics research organizations, with 350 researchers and more than 40 industry partners.
Healy is a member of the Business Information Systems Advisory Board in University College Cork. He is also a board member of the Hope Foundation, a registered charity working with street and slum children in Kolkata, India to free the most underprivileged children and poor families from lives of pain, abuse, poverty and darkness. He has worked in Health and Public Service for the majority of his career because of his belief in the importance of doing work that matters. Healy is married with four children and a single dog, and enjoys celebrating his family heritage with baking, coaching local rugby and being with his family.