Photo: Louise Conlon (Left) & Joanne McGlanaghy (Right)
The Camogie Association is delighted to announce the appointments of Louise Conlon as Technical Development and Participation Manager and Joanne McGlanaghy as Learning and Development Co-ordinator.
Louise joins the Association as Technical Development and Participation Manager from the Defence Forces where she has most recently worked as Aide-de-Camp to the President of Ireland. Louise has held several management and leadership roles in the Irish Army.
Louise's academic studies have included Business, Marketing and Change Management.
Louise holds Gaelic Games Coaching qualifications as well as Strength & Conditioning qualifications. Louise is a former Camogie Club Chairperson with Clane in Co. Kildare as well as club player, intercounty player, coach and team mentor with Kildare Camogie and was one of the founders of the Camogie and LGFA within the Defence Forces.
Joanne joins the Association as Learning and Development Co-ordinator from her current post in Scotland where she has worked to create, develop and facilitate training to promote levels of physical activity within the care sector.
Joanne has previously worked in settings to develop a national health promotion campaign, educational workshops and initiatives within clinic and community settings whilst working in Ireland. Joanne has also administered the National Summer Soccer Schools Programme whilst with the FAI.
Joanne's academic studies are in Sports Science and Health.
Both Louise and Joanne will commence their roles on March 5th 2018.