Why I got involved in politics

I became involved in politics driven by my passion for community activities and a strong belief in our collective ability to bring about meaningful change. Having actively participated in voluntary community work over the past few years, I believe we need to do more on housing, retrofitting, inclusivity, and climate action. Motivated by a commitment to social democracy, I am convinced that aligning with the Labour Party provides a safe venue for me to contribute even more significantly to the betterment of our community. I believe in the power of collective action and aim to leverage it for the common good.

My priorities


  •     Every voice matters
  •     Safe and welcome space for vulnerable communities

Fostering Communities

  •    Empowering children with diverse abilities through art and music
  •    Support for senior citizens


  • Community driven climate action for a healthier planet
  • Affordable home retrofitting

My background

Residing in Dun Laoghaire for nearly two decades while working as an IT consultant, I have devoted my voluntary efforts to impactful community projects that promote inclusivity. Alongside my academic achievements, holding a Master's in Computer Science and an MSc in Digital Business from UCD, I have actively contributed to transformative community projects focused on fostering inclusivity. My passion for community-based climate action led me to pursue further studies in Climate Change at Trinity College Dublin. My vision is to foster a united and resilient community where every voice matters, contributing to a brighter future together.

Clubs and Committees

Dun Laoghaire County Council Housing Strategic Policy Committee

Founding member of Social Space Ireland, focusing on community development

Youth worker engaging with inclusion in the EU Youth Programmes

Established SSI Sports community in collaboration with DLR Sports Partnership

Successfully implemented arts and cultural projects in association with the Arts Council

Implemented youth and children empowerment programs in collaboration with the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration, and Youth

Organised over a dozen community festivals in the Dun Laoghaire area in recent years