Carl Whyte

Carl Whyte
Carl graduated from Trinity College, University of Dublin, with a First Class degree in Economics and Business. He also holds a postgraduate diploma in International Studies from the Johns Hopkins University and a Masters in Law from Queen's University Belfast.

While at Trinity, Carl edited the student newspaper, Trinity News, where he developed a lifelong interest in the news industry. He has worked freelance for various publications North & South. Carl's early career was in economics and finance. He worked in PwC's Economic & Public Policy Unit before joining AIB Corporate Banking's North America division, working in Dublin, Los Angeles and New York. He subsequently taught micro-economic theory to undergraduate students at Queen's University Belfast.
Carl began his PR career in his mid-twenties and has worked with a range of corporate, statutory and voluntary organisations. Along with Brendan Mulgrew he founded MW Advocate in February 2012 and specialises in healthcare, social media, campaigns, technology and financial PR.

In July 2016, Carl was appointed to the Independent Commission on Flags, Identity, Culture & Tradition.

Outside of work Carl's interests are music, GAA, rowing and sailing. He speaks French and Italian.

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