It is with feelings of both sadness and good will that I am sharing the news of Terri O’ Sullivan’s departure from Ag Eisteacht. Terri has been an integral part of the team for the last four years and has contributed on every front to the values, vision and progress we have made during this time.
Terri was a committed and ‘turned to’ member of our team whose values of integrity and care permeate every aspect of her work. Her attention to detail and professional approach will without a doubt be missed in the office. We would like to thank Terri for all the hard work and support she has given our team over the last number of years. We wish her well in her chosen path and hope that she will find it fulfilling and enriching.
Along with Terri’s departure we are delighted to welcome our new team member, Kate. Kate will be taking up the roll of Evaluations and Training Administrator within Ag Eisteacht. Kate previously worked in the Sexual Violence Centre as a research and policy officer. She is also a research assistant at the School of Medicine in Cork
Kate is a UCC graduate with a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Applied Psychology. As a student Kate gained a wide range of voluntary experience with Niteline, UCC Peer Support and the SUAS Literacy Programme. She also currently volunteers with a Non-Profit Helpline service in Cork.
Kate bring much experience and knowledge from both her research and psychology background to her role with Ag Eisteacht. She will be involved in managing materials needed for training as well as collating the feedback from training courses. Kate is looking forward to joining the team and supporting Maeve, Amber and Stacey in various tasks and projects.