The Ladies Gaelic Football Association currently employs 18 full time staff. 10 of whom are based in Croke Park and and 8 of whom are based at various locations around the country.
Chief Executive Officer: Helen O’Rourke
Helen took up the position of CEO of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) in 1997 after a term as President. As CEO she is responsible for the day to day running of the Association and for the management of all employed staff. Helen can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
National Development Manager: Paula Prunty
Paula started working for the LGFA in 2003. She is responsible for the overall development and implementation of all games development initiatives and programmes within the Association. Paula manages the 7 person development team and is also the National Children’s Officer. Paula can be contacted at email@example.com
National Finance Officer: Maire Ni Mhaoilchiarain
Maire started working with the LGFA in 2008. Working in conjunction with the National Treasurers, Maire deals with the daily finances of the Association and she is also the National Registrar, which involves the processing of all the associations registrations. She can be contact at firstname.lastname@example.org in relation to any registration queries.
Injury Fund Co-ordinator: Rosemarie Coyle
Rosemarie started working with the LGFA in 2008. Working in conjunction with the National Registrars she administers the Injury Fund. This involves processing and paying any received claims. She can be contacted at email@example.com in relation to any injury queries
National Games Administrator: Karen Togher
Karen Togher started working with the LGFA in 2010. Karen works in conjunction with the National Fixtures Commitee and is responsible for the administration and co-ordinaton of all national fixtures of the Ladies Gaelic Football Association and can be contacted at Karen@ladiesgaelic.ie
National Administrator: Clare Clarke
Clare started working with the Association in 2003. She manages all the day to day correspondence of the Association and is also in charge of the organisation of specific Association events such as Congress or the All Stars. Clare can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
National Coaching Officer: Aislinn Harkin
Aislinn has been working for LGFA since summer 2011. She is the Administrator for all the coach and referee education programmes. She is also the contact for all the Association’s overseas units. Aislinn also assists with the implementation of the Association’s Code of Ethics. She can be contacted at email@example.com
National Development Officers: Lyn Savage, William Harmon and Mary Corry.
Working under the National Games Development Manager Paula Prunty the role of the NDO is to assist in the development and implementation of all games development initiatives of the Association.
Provincial Development Officers.
Each of the Provincial Development Officers are answerable to their respective provincial employers but work in conjunction with the National Development Team. They are responsible for the development and implementation of general games development within their province.
Ulster: Sheena Kelly. firstname.lastname@example.org
Munster: Mary Beades. email@example.com
Connacht: Noelle Gormley. firstname.lastname@example.org
Leinster: Aisling Hubbard. email@example.com
4 Provincial Administrators:
The four provincial administrators are responsible for the day to day running of the four provincial councils. They can be contacted on the details below.
Munster: Maire Halvey. firstname.lastname@example.org
Connacht: Ita Hannon. email@example.com
Leinster: Margaret Brennan firstname.lastname@example.org
Ulster: Mary Keegan email@example.com