Alison has worked to support enterprise and entrepreneurship, primarily supporting graduate and female entrepreneurship for over twenty years. She brings extensive experience of working to create entrepreneurial outcomes in others with expert research, facilitation skills and considerable understanding of potential of economic development through enterprise. Alison has created culture change and has specialist expertise in supporting those working in the education environment. She is co-author of EntreComp into Action: A user guide to the European Entrepreneurship Competence Framework and an advocate for adopting a competence approach to entrepreneurship.

Alison’s international experience includes Enterprise Educator training in China, as working in Sri Lanka on industry and university co-development and providing expert support to European partnerships promoting women’s entrepreneurship and building the capacity of business advisers and trainers.



Lisa’s work focuses on supporting enterprise development through training and advice for entrepreneurs, social enterprises and those working to support them. Her experience of working directly with would-be entrepreneurs, small business owners and social enterprise leaders directly informs the programmes and activities she now develops and delivers for enterprise educators and entrepreneurs alike. Lisa has extensive experience in managing EU projects, currently leading EEEC’s activities for the Erasmus+ Women Learning Together (WLT) project. She continues to work directly with early-stage and social entrepreneurs in particular to explore their entrepreneurial potential.

Internationally, Lisa has worked in Thailand supporting enterprise education in vocational education, facilitated Enterprise Educator programmes in China and previously worked in Nigeria as part of the YouWiN! programmes supporting women and graduate entrepreneurs.

Enterprise Evolution Education and Consultancy is a Company Limited by Guarantee registered in Dublin on 6th November 2020.

The main object of the company is to ‘establish, promote and operate a range of education, enterprise, community development, research and consultancy programmes and services, which will act as a focus and catalyst for sustainable and inclusive education, social and economic development and growth’.

The organisation is led by a board of voluntary directors based in Dublin and Mayo and CEO Helen Millne with a team of consultants and associates who provide services on its behalf, primarily Alison Price and Lisa McMullan. Helen, Alison, and Lisa have significant experience in providing education, enterprise, development, research, and development services through their work for The Women’s Organisation, an award-winning women’s enterprise and economic development organisation registered in the UK, and its consultancy service, Enterprise Evolution. The Women’s Organisation is a Charity and Company Limited by Guarantee registered in UK.