Anna Geary is a presenter, sports contributor and analyst, motivational speaker and writer residing in Dublin.
The 28 year old Cork native is a former All Ireland winning Camogie captain and former Cork Rose (2014). She has won over 20 All Ireland medals during her illustrious sporting career, including 7 senior All Irelands medals with Cork and her club, Milford.
The Cork native moved full time into media and broadcasting last summer and has regularly featured on radio and TV presenting the RTE programme “Fire In the Blood”, guest presenting RTE’s Big Week On The Farm and working with Operation Transformation as a mentor. Currently, she is a coach for the second consecutive year on the popular RTE1 television programme "Irelands Fittest Family". She works with Radio 1 on a weekend sports programme as well with having a weekly sports slot on TV3's The Seven O Clock Show and on Today FM with The Anton Savage Show. She is a Sky Sports "Living for Sport Athlete Mentor", working with adolescents to help them to build transferrable skills to use across all aspects of their lives.
She uses her experience from the sporting and corporate worlds to speak about areas such as leadership, motivation, teamwork and performance.
She is currently undertaking a Business and Life Coaching qualification and is participating in a Leadership Course with the view to work in these areas once qualified.
She graduated from The University of Limerick with a Business degree (2009) and later on to complete a Post Graduate Diploma in Public Relations and Communication.
She worked within the IT industry for seven years gaining knowledge in areas like Sales, HR, Public relations and Marketing before changing career paths.
She had won numerous prestigious awards during her career including 4 All Stars and was chosen to receive a coveted "Contribution of Society" award from the University of Limerick Alumni (only 29 awarded in 10 years)
She is one of the founding members of the Women's Gaelic Players Association and is a Special Olympics Ambassador.
She is an advocate for reforming public perceptions of female athletes and for breaking down barriers surrounding women in leadership roles across society.
She has an interest in health and fitness, sport, food, travel, Irish culture and mindfulness.