Siobhán Ní Chiobháin is a multi-award-winning International Creative Content Producer, Director and Brand-Builder from Ireland and based in New York.

She has produced TV and Radio programming for Broadcasters including BBC, UTV, RTÉ, TG4, Raidio na Gaeltachta, among others.  She has directed documentaries and digital content for BBC, TG4, Irish Times and UTV.  She also produced the International award winning short musical film, ‘Lost for Words’. 

She was selected as a ‘One to Watch’ by the prestigious Guardian Edinburgh International TV Festival in 2014.  In 2019, she was selected as one of The Irish  Echo’s Top 40 Under 40, as an exceptional young leader from across the US. She also won The Irish Echo’s People’s Choice Award.

Siobhán has worked with various C-suite clients to revolutionize meaning, message, and impact, leading the direction for complete brand transformations. 

Over the course of her career, Siobhan has worked with various clients including Pepsi, Seaworld, Earth’s Call, Our Planet Our Future, The CityKids Foundation, East Village Playhouse, Geoversity among others.

Siobhan has a passion for social impact and has worked with various non-profits including interning with Amnesty International and volunteering with The Samaritans, a suicide helpline.

She is a Native Irish Gaelic Language speaker from Dingle, Co Kerry and is co-founder of ‘Gaeil Nua-Eabhrac’ a group that organizes Irish Language events in the USA.

Siobhán has a degree in Media Arts (Film and Broadcating) from the Dublin Institute of Technology, a Postgraduate Certificate in Digital Media Communications from Ulster University and is currently completing her MSc in Digital Marketing Communications and Leadership from Ulster University.