Why I got involved in politics

I got involved in Politics because I am passionate about my community in Mallow. I want to be part of making Mallow a better place to work, live and socialise in. Mallow has significant potential, an old historic town, I want to be part of making it progress to be the best town it can possibly be. 

My priorities

My priorities for Mallow include, finding a solution to the ongoing traffic congestion crisis, tackling the big issue of dereliction in Mallow and it’s environs, getting shovels in the ground for the Mallow Relief Road, upgrading Public Infrastructure, and making sure all of our amenities are used to their full potential. 

My background

I was born and raised in Mallow and live in Mallow town. I am a past pupil of St Patrick’s BNS and Patrician Academy, Mallow. I studied in Mary Immaculate College and I am now a Business and Religion secondary school teacher in Coachford College. 

Clubs and Committees

  • Mallow GAA
  • Mallow Parish Pastoral Council
  • Mallow Meals and Wheels
  • Mallow Tidy Towns
  • Mallow Arts Group