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Marguerite Gallagher, Development Education and Campaign Officer

Marguerite Gallagher is Development Education and Campaigns Officer with Plan Ireland. Marguerite is from Dublin and joined Plan Ireland in December 2010. She recently completed a Masters in Development in Kimmage Development Studies Centre. Marguerite worked with short-term volunteer sending … Continue reading

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Caroline Curran, Communications Manager for Coca-Cola

Caroline Curran is Communications Manager for Coca-Cola HBC Ireland Ltd where she is responsible for internal communications and managing corporate social responsibility programmes such as the Coca- Cola Designated Driver campaign, the Coca-Cola Cinemagic Festival and Coca-Cola’s sponsorship of the Clean Coast programme. Caroline joined Coca-Cola … Continue reading

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Margaret Gilsenan, Founding Partner of Boys and Girls

Margaret Gilsenan is a founding partner of Boys and Girls, a communications company that celebrated its first birthday at the end of 2010 after a very successful first year in business. Margaret is a director of Plan Ireland, sponsoring children … Continue reading

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Tina Roche, Chief Executive

Tina Roche was appointed Chief Executive of The Foundation for Investing in Communities in January 2000. She established two organisations – Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI) and The Community Foundation for Ireland. Tina has a MBA from IMI/Fordham and … Continue reading

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Maura McHugh, Writer

Maura McHugh runs the Irish Playwrights and Screenwriters Guild website and blog, and edits its fortnightly electronic newsletter. She also writes, and her short stories and poetry have appeared in markets in the USA and the UK. A script written … Continue reading

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Madeleine Keane, Literary Editor

Madeleine Keane was born in Dublin and is educated at UCD and Trinity. She is Literary Editor of the Sunday Independent where she has worked since 1988 and writes about books, theatre and travel. She presented the books programme ‘First … Continue reading

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Linda de Courcy, Nutritional Therapist

Linda de Courcy is a Dublin girl who gets to work for herself as a Nutritional Therapist and Pilates Instructor.  Always having had an interest in food and how it affects our health, at 7 she persuaded her dad to … Continue reading

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