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Arts, visual arts
Camilla FanningPracticing artist, member Graphic Studio Dublin, blogging on art and current art issues in Ireland and the world, on culture & society087 675 2430 cjfanning@cjfanning.com wordpress/irishetchings
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Technology in Education
Camilla FanningContent developer of digital educational content, emphsis on citizenship and advocacy; familiar with issues on use of technology in education 087 6752430cjfanning@cjfanning.com eu4schoolswww.eu4schools.com
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Civil PartnershipMuriel WallsCentrally involved in promotin g this legislation. Member of the Board of GLEN. Gay and Lesbian Equality Network.
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EquestrianismMaura FayOnline Journalist with the Farmers Journal. Worked previously for five years in radio, first as newsreader & presenter with Northern Sound, then researcher & reporter with Breakfast programme on Newstalk863550539mfay@farmersjournal.ie .@MsMauraFaywww.farmersjournal.ie, www.farmersjournal.tv
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Law DENISE BRETT15 years + mixed practice including medical negligence, asylum & immigration, personal injury, landlord & tenant etc872800410brettdenise@gmail.com
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Rural IssuesMaura FayOnline Journalist with the Farmers Journal. Worked previously for five years in radio, first as newsreader & presenter with Northern Sound, then researcher & reporter with Breakfast programme on Newstalk863550539mfay@farmersjournal.ie .@MsMauraFaywww.farmersjournal.ie, www.farmersjournal.tv
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AccountingDr Sheila KillianChartered Accountant. Has published academic articles in this field087 8122739sheila.killian@ul.ie @islandtothelefthttp://www.linkedin.com/in/skillian
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ActorRita Evelyn SmythGraduate of Gaiety School of Acting 1999. 13 years experience working as freelance actor in theatre/film/tv/voiceovers. see showreel.876783017smythre@yahoo.comhttp://www.spotlight.com/interactive/cv/0295-9088-5481
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Adult educationBerni BradyDirector, AONTAS (The National Adult Learning Organisation)087 235 1627bbrady@aontas.com
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Adult Education, English as a Second Language, Adult literacy, Social Exclusion - disadvantaged learners, Intercultural Awareness, Integration, ImmigrationSandra Doyle20 years experience in the field of education and currently employed in adult education. Experience teaching English & literacy with responsibility for co-ordinating /delivering English as a Second Language (ESOL) programmes to asylum seekers, refugees and EU nationals. Implemented innovative adult ed. projects including 'Integration…we all play a part' (Star Award '09), 'How to Learn English in Ireland' (Star Award/Craol Achievement '10) & 'Getting to Grips with the English Language' (European Language Label Award, Léargas, EU Commission 2010). Currently implementing Grundtvig European Learning Partnership Project (2012-2014) 'How to Educate Learners through Peer Mentoring' with Ireland focusing on 'Active Citizenship through Peer Mentoring'. EU partners include Germany, France, Greece, Spain and the United Kingdom.085-1509097doyle.sandra177@gmail.com
Getting to Grips with the English Language http://www.laoisvec.ie/index.cfm?page=viewNews&id=51&cYear=2011&cMonth=12 European Learning Partnership Project 2012-2014 https://sites.google.com/site/peersedu2011/active-citizenship
http://ec.europa.eu/education/language/label/label_public/index.cfm?fuseaction=project_award&award_id=8341
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Adventure Racing/Endurance Sports/SportsAvril CopelandExpedition Adventure Racer. Competed in three World Championships Competing in 2014 World Championships, Ecuador Novemeber.
- Competed in numerous multiday races, marathons and other endurance events.
- Former international hockey player.
- Speaker with the World Explorers Bureau: http://www.worldexplorersbureau.com/
866023882avril.copeland@tickerfit.comavrilc (Personal), TickerFit (Company)Video Overview (Nationwide RTE1): https://vimeo.com/28112692
Irish Independent: http://arireland.com/media/irish-independent-fit-magazine-feature/
Other Media Features: http://arireland.com/media/
Race Resume: http://arireland.files.wordpress.com/2009/05/avril-copeland-sporting-cv3.pdf
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AdvertisingJess MajekodunmiStrategic Planner with Ireland's largest advertising agency, DDFH&B. Presenter of 'Heads Up', an online series of short interviews with radical thinkers and industry experts from the world of advertising. Awarded IAPI 'One to Watch' in recognition of excellent professional standards, creativity and innovation in marketing communications. Over 7 years experience working in Marketing Communications for non-profits. Currently a board member for EPIC, an independent charity working with children and young people in care. 086-3100410jessica.majekodunmi@gmail.comiPicnicHeads Up interview series: www.ddfhb.ie/headsup - Radio interview about the series: https://soundcloud.com/people-in-dublin/the-persuaders#t=5:41 - Speech on the defence of unpaid interns https://vimeo.com/62360485 - LinkedIn profile ie.linkedin.com/in/jessicamajekodunmi/
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AdvocacyJacqueline HallPrincipal, Partners in Communicationjhall at polcomm dot iol dot ie
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AdvocacyNoelle O'ConnellNoelle is the current Executive Director of European Movement Ireland.  She is a former Director of Skillnets; a Fellow of the Irish Institute of Training & Development (IITD); a member of CIPD; an Associate Specialist of the IPA: and an LBCAI accredited Executive Business Coach.087 783 0144noelle@europeanmovement.ieNoelle_OCThe European Movement Ireland websiteAppearance before Joint Oireachtas Committee on European Affairs, Oct 2011Appearance on RTE's The Frontline, May 2011The Dunphy Show, Newstalk, 7 Aug
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Africa and DevelopmentDr Sheila KillianFounder of development NGO Soweto Connection; lived in South Africa; Author of report on taxation and development. Has published academic articles in this field087 8122739sheila.killian@ul.ie @islandtothelefthttp://www.linkedin.com/in/skillian
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Ageing WorkforcesClare MulliganOrganisational Psychologist. Researcher, consultant and speaker on Ageing workforces and workplace trends861922365clare@claremulliganconsulting.iehttp://claremulliganconsulting.ie/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/IrishPensions_Winter2012_C_Mulligan.pdf
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Ageing/ Older peopleMo FlynnCEO of Our Lady's Hospice & Care Services in Dublin.866040308wescottflynn at gmail dot com
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Agri-foodAvril AllshireTBD
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Agri-foodMairead McGuinnessagricultural economist, serves on the European Parliament’s Agriculture and Rural Development Committee and on the Environment, Food Safety and Public Health Committee. She is active on agriculture and rural development, global development policy, the environment and food safety and security. A food policy expert, Mairead was the author of a report, endorsed by the European Parliament in 2009, on the future of the Common Agriculture Policy and Global Food Security. She is a member of a key group in the European Parliament charged with examining the EU’s budget resources and expenditure in the post-2013 period. She is also a member of the Parliament’s delegation to New Zealand and Australia and China and serves on Inter-Party Groups on Disability and Children’s Rights. Mairead was first elected as an MEP in 2004 and was re-elected in June 2009. Prior to becoming an MEP she was a well-known journalist, broadcaster and commentator.
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Agri-foodRose McHughChairperson of Bord Iascaigh Mhara
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Agri-foodValerie KingstonRepresenting Ireland in Europe later in 2011 as a woman in agriculture; inspirational speaker
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Agricultural economistMairead McGuinnessagricultural economist, serves on the European Parliament’s Agriculture and Rural Development Committee and on the Environment, Food Safety and Public Health Committee. She is active on agriculture and rural development, global development policy, the environment and food safety and security. A food policy expert, Mairead was the author of a report, endorsed by the European Parliament in 2009, on the future of the Common Agriculture Policy and Global Food Security. She is a member of a key group in the European Parliament charged with examining the EU’s budget resources and expenditure in the post-2013 period. She is also a member of the Parliament’s delegation to New Zealand and Australia and China and serves on Inter-Party Groups on Disability and Children’s Rights. Mairead was first elected as an MEP in 2004 and was re-elected in June 2009. Prior to becoming an MEP she was a well-known journalist, broadcaster and commentator.
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AgricultureMairead McGuinnessagricultural economist, serves on the European Parliament’s Agriculture and Rural Development Committee and on the Environment, Food Safety and Public Health Committee. She is active on agriculture and rural development, global development policy, the environment and food safety and security. A food policy expert, Mairead was the author of a report, endorsed by the European Parliament in 2009, on the future of the Common Agriculture Policy and Global Food Security. She is a member of a key group in the European Parliament charged with examining the EU’s budget resources and expenditure in the post-2013 period. She is also a member of the Parliament’s delegation to New Zealand and Australia and China and serves on Inter-Party Groups on Disability and Children’s Rights. Mairead was first elected as an MEP in 2004 and was re-elected in June 2009. Prior to becoming an MEP she was a well-known journalist, broadcaster and commentator.
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AgricultureValerie KingstonRepresenting Ireland in Europe later in 2011 as a woman in agriculture; inspirational speaker
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AgricultureMaura FayOnline Journalist with the Farmers Journal. Worked previously for five years in radio, first as newsreader & presenter with Northern Sound, then researcher & reporter with Breakfast programme on Newstalk863550539mfay@farmersjournal.ie .@MsMauraFaywww.farmersjournal.ie, www.farmersjournal.tv
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AllotmentsCaitriona RedmondChair Balbriggan Allotment Association, Growing on a community allotment on 10 x 20 metres with a polytunnel087 329 7220wholesomecook@gmail.com@wholesomeIEFor Audio Samples: http://audioboo.fm/wholesomeireland and for my personal blog: http://wholesomeireland.com
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Alternative MusicErica MillsFreelance journalist with a BA in music (and English) from UCD. She is passionate about rock, metal, grunge and alternative musics. Available for reviews and discussion.(085) 739 2139erica.mills.media@gmail.comtwitter.com/EricaMillsMediaericamills.wordpress.com, irishfreelance.blogspot.com
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Alternative therapiesBarbara ScullyReiki therapist, passionate about small changes we can all make in our lives to improve their quality.087 6534308barbara at sherwood dot ie
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Alternative therapiesTracy DoneganFounder of GentleBirth hypnobirthing - self hypnosis classes for expectant couplestracy at GentleBirth dot ie
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AmbassadorAnne AndersonFirst female Irish ambassador to the United Stateshttp://www.worldirish.com/story/20759-anne-anderson-named-first-female-irish-ambassador-to-the-united-states
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AmericaLiz browneformer reuters corr London and NYbettebrowne at yahoo dot com
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America/ GeneralBette BrowneFreelance JournalistBettebrowne at yahoo dot com
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America/ PoliticsMargaret E WardJournalist, new yorker, democrat who support Hilary Clinton and Obama. Reported on US election for RTE Radio One programmes and Obama visit as a guest on DriveTime with Mary Wilson. Member of Democrats Abroad Ireland. Good talker.087 207 0495margaret at clearink dot ietweets at margaretewardstronglanguage.ie, The Irish Times, The Sunday Times
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America/ PoliticsMarion McKeownFreelance journalistmmmckeone at aol dot com
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America/ PoliticsMarion McKeownFreelance journalistmmmckeone at aol dot com
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American literature & poetryDr. Nerys WilliamsTeaches Modern American Literature in the School of English Drama and Film in UCD. 085 7282783 nerysowenwilliams@gmail.com
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App developerLisa Domicanmum of autistic children, entrepreneur, app developerhammiesays at gmail dot com
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ArchaeologyEmily MurrayArchaeologist, Fieldwork director at Centre for Archaeological FieldworkSchool of Geography, Archaeology and PalaeoecologyQueen's University Belfast; co-presenter in BBC1-NI’s Blueprint series e dot v dot murray at qub dot ac dot uk
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ArchaeologyJane Ruffinoarchaeologist, humorist, co-founder of Chaos Thaoghairejaneruffino at gmail dot com
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ArchaeologyJoanne O'SullivanDoctoral student in Viking Archaeology at UCCj.e.osullivan@student.ucc.ie
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ArchitectureAngela CarrArchitect, landscape architect lecturer, business – www.livingroom.ieinfo at livingroom dot ie
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Architecture Emma GeogheganAward winning RIAI registered Architect and Urban Designer. Principal with MEME Architecture – a design practice based in Carlow and SE London. Lecturer at DIT, Dublin School of Architecture. Work included in 'Irish Architecture' book 2011. Currently researching development on the edges of Irish Towns with a bursary award from Irish Arts Council. Interested in promoting equity, sustainability and quality in the built environment. Also involved in the promotion of women in the architectural and other built environment professions. 087 9601135emma@meme.iememe_archwww.meme.ie http://www.nuim.ie/nirsa/events/irchsssummerschool/presentations.html
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ArtAnnie WestIllustrator, cartoonist, eater of books and politics, a mocker, a messerinfo at anniewest dot comtweets at anniewestdotcom
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ArtCristin LeachArt critic Sunday Times, journalistcristin at glacier dot ie
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ArtsDeirdre MulrooneyDeirdre is a freelance journalist specialising in dance, theatre, and the arts. As well as much travel journalism, she has received the Simon Cumbers Media Award to write about Irish Aid in Ethiopia, made several radio documentaries (Arts, Lifestyle, NGO’s), directed theatre, written 2 books on dance and physical theatre, and contributed to several anthologies. Deirdre is co-founder and editor of online culture magazine www.VULGO.ie. More info on deirdremulrooney.com086-6075785 deir@indigo.ie
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ArtsSinead GleesonArts journalist: Irish Times, RTE, Arts Journalist, Broadcaster, Editor of The Anti Roomgleesonsinead at gmail dot com
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ArtsSiobhán MaguireSunday Times Senior Reporter; Arts Journalist; Sunday Times Culture magazine music critic; Arts & music feature writer; book reviewer and columnist087 4181969siobhan.maguire@sunday-times.ie; siobhan.maguire@gmail.com
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ArtsSiobhán MaguireSunday Times Senior Reporter; Arts Journalist; Sunday Times Culture magazine music critic; Arts & music feature writer; book reviewer and columnist087 4181969siobhan.maguire@sunday-times.ie; siobhan.maguire@gmail.com
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ArtsSuzanne KaneRadio presenter FM104SuzanneK at fm104 dot ie
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Arts / MusicBernadette JohnstonMedia librarian, Television Researcher Independent Record Label Owner, Musician 857455535bernadette.ef.johnston@gmail.com
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Arts, BooksErica MillsFreelance journalist with a BA in English (and music) from UCD. Available for book discussion, reviews and to speak on creative writing.(085) 739 2138erica.mills.media@gmail.comtwitter.com/EricaMillsMediaericamills.wordpress.com, irishfreelance.blogspot.com
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Arts/ BooksCarol HuntSunday Independent columnisthuntc at tcd.ie
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Arts/ BooksDenise DeeganNovelist (The Butterfly Novels (new teen series); also four published adult novels including Do You Want What I Want? and Love Comes Tumbling.) Occasional book reviewer for The Irish Times. Freelance journalist. 087 2535277 deegancommunications at eircom dot net
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Arts/ booksDerbhile DromeyWriter, journalist, voracious reader087 6959799derbhile@writewordseditorial.iewriterlydervwww.writerlyderv.wordpress.com
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Arts/ BooksEleanor FitzsimonsFreelance journalist, book reviewer, radio contributor(087) 2854857eleanorfitzsimons at gmail dot com
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Arts/ booksOlive O'Brienchildren's writer & freelance journalist based in Cork, children's book publisher www.silverangelpublishing.cominfo at oliveobrien dot com
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Arts/ Books/ MusicNadine O'ReganSunday Business Post Books and Arts Editor and Arts Presenter on Phantom FMnadineoregan at gmail dot com
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Arts/ Books/ Music /FilmSiobhán MaguireSunday Times Senior Reporter; Arts Journalist; Sunday Times Culture magazine music critic; Arts & music feature writer; book reviewer and columnist087 4181969
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Arts/ Books/ Music/ FilmSinead GleesonArts journalist: Irish Times, RTE, Arts Journalist, Broadcaster, Editor of The Anti Roomgleesonsinead at gmail dot com
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Arts/ Contemporary musicKate ButlerSunday Times Culture journalist086 8046711butlerkate at gmail dot com
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Arts/ CriticismCristin LeachArt critic Sunday Times, journalisttweets at cristinleachcristin at glacier dot ietweets at cristinleach
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Arts/ DramaCarol HuntSunday Independent columnisthuntc at tcd.ie
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Arts/ DramaMary-Louise O'DonnellSenator
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Arts/ FilmDenise DeeganMovie nut and novelist (The Butterfly Novels (new teen series); also four published adult novels including Do You Want What I Want? and Love Comes Tumbling.) Occasional book reviewer for The Irish Times. Freelance journalist. 087 2535277 deegancommunications at eircom dot net
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Arts/ FilmSinead GleesonArts Journalistgleesonsinead at gmail dot com
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Arts/ Film/ TVAoife KelleherDirector & Documentary Filmmakeraoifekelleher at hotmail dot com
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Arts/ Film/ TVNeasa HardimanBAFTA nominated film and tv directorneasa at language dot ie
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Arts/ LiteratureAnna CareyIrish Times, arts, culture and literatureurchinette on twitter
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Arts/ literatureDerbhile DromeyWriter, journalist, voracious reader087 6959799derbhile@writewordseditorial.iewriterlydervwww.writerlyderv.wordpress.com
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Arts/ LiteratureJerusha McCormackAuthor on books on literature, China and bereavement6600692mjerusha at gmail dot com
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Arts/ LiteratureSheila O'FlanaganInternational No 1 bestselling author. Latest novel All For You (July 2011). Also contributed 3 novels to Open Door/Quick Reads series for readers with literacy issues and participated in RTE series on adult literacy (transmission June 2011). Translated into 25 languages.086-8300448sheilaoflanagan@mac.comwww.twitter.com/sheilaoflanaganwww.sheilaoflanagan.com
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Arts/ MusicNollaig Ó Fiongháile Development Manager / Doctoral Researcher , GradCAM, Graduate School of Creative Arts & Media (NCAD, DIT, IADT, Ulster)n dot ofionghaile at mac dot com tweets at nollaigof
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Arts/ MusicSiobhán MaguireSunday Times Senior Reporter; Arts Journalist; Sunday Times Culture magazine music critic; Arts & music feature writer; book reviewer and columnist087 4181969siobhan.maguire@sunday-times.ie; siobhan.maguire@gmail.com
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Arts/ Music/ FeminismAoife BarryFreelance Journalist
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Arts/ NewsSusan Dalyfreelance Journalist with Irish Independent and Journal dot iesusanadaly at gmail dot com
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Arts/ PoetryCatherine CullenFormer Vincent Browne producer, DIT lecturer and published poet
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Arts/ theatreKathleen Warner YeatesDirector, Abbey School of Acting (not associated w/ the Abbey theatre)
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Arts/ Theatre Hilary O' ShaughnessyJoint Artistic Director, Make and Do, a platform for Games and Art, producing social game weekends around the country087 9443776hilaryos at netscape dot net
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Arts/ TV & FilmKate ButlerSunday Times Culture journalist086 8046711butlerkate at gmail dot com
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Arts/ VisualCristin LeachArt critic Sunday Times, journalistcristin at glacier dot ietweets at cristinleach
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Arts/ VisualKate ButlerSunday Times Culture journalist086 8046711butlerkate at gmail dot com
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Arts/BusinessRowena NevilleDirector of Marketing & PR, Business to Artsrowena@businesstoarts.ie
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Arts/Film Mary Kate O Flanagan Award-winning screenwriter and film reviewer for Newstalk 106, The Sunday Business Post. MA in Screenwriting. Tutor on Screenwriting courses Europe-wide. 868163656marykate@ireland.com
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Arts/FundraisingRowena NevilleDirector of Marketing & PR, Business to Artsrowena@businesstoarts.ie
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Arts/InvestmentRowena NevilleDirector of Marketing & PR, Business to Artsrowena@businesstoarts.ie
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Arts/LiteratureJennifer RyanBooks Editor with IMAGE magazine, Blogger [www.theladylovesbooks.com] & Tweeter. Contribute to The Sunday Independent, 'The Tubridy Show' on 2FM, 'Arena' and 'The John Murray Show' on RTE Radio 1. Volunteer Adult Literacy Tutor.087 9236861jenniferlaryan at gmail dot comjenblogsbookswww.theladylovesbooks.com,
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Arts/LiteratureMary Kate O Flanagan Book reviewer for newspapers and radio868163656marykate@ireland.com
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Arts/LiteratureSheila O'FlanaganInternational No 1 bestselling author. Latest novel All For You (July 2011). Also contributed 3 novels to Open Door/Quick Reads series for readers with literacy issues and participated in RTE series on adult literacy (transmission June 2011). Translated into 25 languages.086-8300448sheilaoflanagan@mac.comwww.twitter.com/sheilaoflanaganwww.sheilaoflanagan.com
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Arts/Poetry/GaeilgeRéaltán Ní LeannáinPoetry collection; creative writer;868099465realtan at hotmail dot comturasailse.blogspot.ie ; fichecluiche.blogspot.ie
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Arts/Social MediaRowena NevilleDirector of Marketing & PR, Business to Artsrowena@businesstoarts.ie
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Arts/TheatreMary Kate O Flanagan Twenty years experience as theatre reviewer, in London and Ireland including The Sunday Business Post. Trained with Abbey Theatre. 868163656marykate@ireland.com
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AsiaHazel Katherine LarkinLived and worked in Asia for 10 years. Looking forward to going back833680593hazel.larkin@gmail.comhazelklarkinhttp://ladyscribbles.wordpress.com/
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AustraliaAngela LongAustralian living here, former Irish Times News and now journalism Lecturer in DITangelalong at iol dot ie
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AustraliaLisa ReerdonGrace iphone app mum and available as token Aussie!hammiesays at gmail dot com
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AuthorOlive O'Brienchildren's writer & freelance journalist based in Cork, children's book publisher www.silverangelpublishing.cominfo at oliveobrien dot com
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Author/ childrenAnna CareyIrish Times, arts, culture and literaturetweets at urchinette
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AviationNiamh HennessyBusiness and consumer affairs journalistniamh.hennessy@examiner.ie
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AviationNiamh HennessyBusiness and consumer affairs journalistniamh.hennessy@examiner.ie
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