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Roisin Currie

CEO of Greggs

Roisin joined Greggs in 2010 as People Director, moving on to become People and Retail Operations Director in 2017, Retail and Property Director in 2021 and CEO of Greggs in 2022. Prior to Greggs, Roisin held senior roles throughout the UK with Asda, including Head of Reward, Retail People Director and Distribution People Director. Roisin joined Asda on their graduate training programme having graduated from Strathclyde University.

Roisin chairs the Employers Forum for Reducing Re-offending, working with the Ministry of Justice and sits on the NE Board of BITC.

She was also recognised in the Northern Power Women - Power List in 2018.


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