Oisin O’Malley Daly
Oisin is an experienced public affairs and communications professional with a proven track record of developing and implementing successful engagement programmes across a range of sectors including financial services, FinTech and geopolitical.
Oisin joined Quiller 2015, having graduated from University College Dublin with a First in Politics and International Relations with History. Whilst in Dublin, Oisin worked for the Institute for British-Irish Studies, a think tank focused on the evolving British-Irish relationship, conducting in-depth respondent based research, and examining the legacy of the Northern Ireland conflict.
Oisin continued his studies with an MSc in Global Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), greatly enhancing his knowledge of international affairs. His dissertation concentrated on the phenomenon of online jihadist culture within social media networks, for which he received a Distinction.
Oisin previously worked in the Westminster office of former Conservative Minister Chloe Smith MP, where he gained a practical knowledge of UK legislative processes. His areas of interest include defence and security policy, economic development of the Middle East and North Africa region, and counter-radicalisation policy.