Meet The Team
Managing Director & Founder and Research & Development Manager
About John O’Connell
An Electronic Engineering graduate from the University of Limerick with 27 years’ experience as an engineer, working in electronics manufacturing and design companies. He has served as Managing Director of CW Ltd since 2005 and before that held a variety of roles from Component Engineer, Product Engineer, Quality Manager, Operations Manager and R&D Director in areas as diverse as power supply design and manufacture, automotive electronics, telecoms & mechatronics.
Senior Quality Engineer
About Theresa O’Callaghan
Theresa joined Connor-Winfield in November 2007 as quality assurance technician Health and Safety advisor. In this role, Theresa oversees our high standards in product quality. A Bio-science graduate from Limerick Institute of Technology, Theresa has over 15 years’ experience, gained in the fields of quality control, quality assurance, quality inspection, health and safety, electronics, manufacturing, science-publishing, healthcare, 3rd level education and food manufacturing with highly developed skills in auditing, technical writing, communicating with customers and suppliers. Theresa is an Internal auditor certified in ISO9001:2000. In 2014, Theresa graduated with 2.1 honours diploma in occupational Health, Safety and Welfare from the University of Limerick.
About Josephine Lynch
Josephine has worked within the electronics manufacturing environment for more than 20 years starting out as an operator, then a Debug Technician, followed by Process Technician, Production Supervisor and Manufacturing Manager, picking up several diplomas along the way including Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Supervisory Management and Prince2 Certificate in Project Management. “Extraordinary customer service is key to providing a top class manufacturing service here in Ireland. To provide that extraordinary customer service, I always seek to develop a close working partnership with the customer, understanding their customer demand and requirements.”