Aíonna 2020

Cllr.-Norma-Moriarty Íomhá

Cllr. Norma Moriarty

Toghadh Norma Moriarty ón gCoireán mar bhall de Chomhairle Co Chiarraí don chéad uair i 2014. Rith sí san olltoghcháin don Dáil i 2016 agus bhailigh sí 4,400 vótaí ar an gcéad comhaireamh. Is múiteoir í atá ag plé leis an bpolaitíocht ar bhonn lán aimseartha agus taithi na mblianta aici ar obair dheonach sa phobal i gceantar Uíbh Ráthaigh. Tá sí gníomhach ar mhórán coistí pobail agus í mar ionadaí thar cheann Comhairle Co Chiarraí ar Thascfhórsa Uíbh Ráthaigh. Tá sí tofa mar iarrthóir thar cheann Fianna Fáil don chéad olltoghcháin eile.

 

Norma Moriarty is a sitting council member of Kerry County Council. Cllr Moriarty was first elected to Kerry County Council in 2014 and contested the 2016 General Election for Fianna Fáil in 2016, attracting almost 4,400 first preference votes. Cllr Moriarty - a teacher who has taken a career break to focus fully on her work as a public representative – has for many years been an active community worker in her native Waterville. A member of many committees and organisations and a representative of Kerry Co Council on Tascfhórsa Uíbh Ráthaigh she is a candidate for Fianna Fáil in the next general election.

Trevor Sargent Íomhá

Trevor Sargent

Múinteoir ab ea é (in Iarthar Chorcaí agus Baile Brigín) sular chuaigh sé le polaitíocht. Chláraigh sé mar bhall de Pháirtí Eiceolaíochta na hÉireann (1982), ball de Chomhairle Contae Átha Cliath (1991 -1994), TD (1992-2011), Ceannaire ar an gComhaontas Glas (2000-2007), Aire Stáit do Bhia agus Gairneoireacht (2007-2010). Ordníodh é mar shagart i mí Meán Fómhair 2018. Anois, ina shagart cúnta i gCo Phort Láirge. Iar-chathaoirleach ar Chumann Gaelach na hEaglaise. Ball coiste Eco-Congregation Ireland. Cathaoirleach an Bhord Bainistíochta sa bhunscoil, S.N. Eaglais Chríost, Pórt Láirge. (2019- ) Pósta ar Áine Neville, gairneoir agus cócaire den scoth!  Iad ina gcónaí idir Loch Garman (Currach Cló), agus Tigh an tSagairt ar an dTrá Mhór, Pórt Láirge. Rothar leictreach an modh iompair is fearr leis. Caitheamh aimsire - glasraí agus torthaí a chur ag fás sa ghairdín, snámh, éaneolaíocht agus ceol.

 

kieran hickey iomha

Dr. Kieran Hickey

Kieran Hickey is from Cahir, Co. Tipperary, and got a BA and an MA degree from University College Cork and a doctoral degree from Coventry University. He has also worked in several other Irish and UK third level colleges. He is currently a Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography in the Department of Geography at UCC and is also Head of the Department of Geography and Head of the School of the Human Environment.

His main interests are storms and hurricanes, climate change, historical climatology, natural disasters and natural history and has published extensively on these topics throughout his career.

Kieran regularly appears on national TV, radio and the print media along with local media in relation to his expertise on climate change and natural disasters both in Ireland and internationally.

 

 

 

Kevin Flannery Íomhá

Kevin Flannery

Bitheolaí Mara agus saineolaí ar chúrsaí farraige agus go háirithe ar chúrsaí éisc is ea Kevin Flannery. Bhunaigh sé Mara Beo an Daingin, an t-uiseadáin is mó sa tír, i 1996 agus tá sé ina bhainisteoir ar an ionad ó shin. Thosnaigh sé ag bailiú agus ag clárú éisc neamh gnáthacha ós na 198Ódaí ar aghaidh. Tá ana cháil agus meas ag ‘muintir na mara’ ar obair Kevin Flannery. Bronnadh ceim onóirecdh dochtúireachta air ó Choláiste na hOllscoile Corcaigh i 2015 mar aitheantas ar an obair atá idir láimh aige.

Kevin Flannery is the Director of Dingle Oceanworld (Mara Beo an Daingin) since its inception in 1996. Dingle Oceanworld is not your average aquarium. Along with hosting an impressive array of exotic and native fish, the aquarium is committed to the conservation and preservation of marine life and aims to educate the public on these matters. They also undertake conservation activities including breeding programmes, rehabilitation, tagging and release of marine creatures such as turtles and sharks. Kevin is an established expert on rare fish and other marine matters.

 

Vinny-Hyland Íomhá

Vincent Hyland

Vincent is a multi-award winner, wildlife film maker, naturalist and outdoor educationalist based in Derrynane, Co. Kerry. He works within Derrynane's Special Area of Conservation from the mountains to the forest, the sand dunes, dry heath islands to underwater and onwards to the Bull Rock and Skellig Rocks. The habitats range from mountains to rivers, lakes, woodland, sand dune, inshore coastal to underwater and islands. Since 1990, he has been recording the areas coastal plant and animal biodiversity above and below water. He possesses the single biggest photographic, audio and video archive available in the area. This ‘document’ is a valuable record of the area’s changing biodiversity. Over the past 8 years he has provided outdoor education to adults, parents and children at Derrynane in all aspects of the areas’ unique habitats and dependent wildlife.
https://www.vincenthylandartist.com

Eugene Farrell

Eugene Farrell

Dr. Eugene J. Farrell is a Lecturer in the Discipline of Geography in the College of Arts, Social Sciences, & Celtic Studies in National University Ireland Galway. His field research monitors storm impacts using cutting edge drone and satellite technology to help us understand how climate and human pressures are impacting our (un)natural landscapes and the communities that inhabit them. He works in partnership with communities and other relevant stakeholders to design solutions for short- and long-term pressures and identify opportunities based on the wide range of ecosystems goods and services provided by our unique coastal landscapes.

http://www.nuigalway.ie/our-research/people/geography-and-archaeology/eugenefarrell/

 

 

Caitlin agus ciaran

Caitlín Nic Gabhann & Ciarán Ó Maonaigh

Caitlín Nic Gabhann

Duine de mhór ceoltóirí na tíre isea Caitlín Nic Gabhann. Tógadh í i gCo. An Mhí, bhí tionchar ollmhór ag a hathair Antóin Mac Gabhann ar Chaitlín. Bhí tionchar mór ag a múinteoir consairtín Meabh Ní Lochlainn uirrthi chomh maith agus seinneann Caitlín an consairtín go dtí an lá inniu. D’fhreastal Caitlín ar Choláiste na hOllscoile Corcaigh agus ar Choláiste an Tríonóide i mBaile Átha Cliath. Bhuaigh sí trí Craobh na hÉireann agus seinneann sí ag féiltí agus ag ceolárais ar fud an domhain. Is rinceoir den chéad scoth í freisin agus chuaigh sí ar thuras timpeall an domhain le Riverdance.

Ciarán Ó Maonaigh

Fidléir iontach ó Ghaeltacht Gaoth Dobhair isea Ciarán agus bhuaigh sé Ceoltóir Óg na Bliana sa bhliain 2003. Is ó theaghlach mór ceoil é agus bhí tionchar mór ag a theaghlach air mar cheoltóir ón uair go raibh sé óg. Rinne Ciarán sé albam agus úsáideadh a cheol i scannáin agus ar chlár raidió. Seoladh a chéad albam ‘Ceol a’Ghleanna’ sa bhliain 2004. D’oibrigh sé mar léiritheoir le TG4 ag ullmhú clár faisnéise mar shampla ‘Sé Mo Laoch’ agus ‘Ceolta Chiaráin.’

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Mícheál Ó Coileáin

Tá Mícheál ó Coileáin mar chathaoirleadh ar Transition Kerry, grúpa atá  bunaithe ó 2007 agus táid ag plé le oideachas pobal maidir le Athrú Aoráide.

Patricia Deane Íomhá

Patricia Deane

Patricia Deane is employed by the local development company South Kerry Development Partnership. She works as a Project Manager for a European Innovation Partnership project in the MacGillycuddy Reeks, funded by the Department of Agriculture, Food & the Marine as part of Ireland’s Rural Development Programme 2014-2020. The project involves working closely with farmers to help improve the sustainability and economic viability of farming, through the development of practical, achievable actions and innovative solutions to improve the condition of habitats of this Natura 2000 area.

Cleo Murphy íomhá

Cleo Murphy

D’oibrigh Cleo Murphy mar iriseoir áituil le Radio Kerry agus The Kingdom, agus mar iriseoir díolúnach ag scríobh do phaipeirí agus irisí  náisiúnta. Bhí sí ina láithreoir ar chláracha radio do Radio Kerry agus WLR -  When the Cables Came Ashore agus Rosamond’s Diary san áireamh.  Chaith sí treimhse mar eagarthóir bainistíochta le comhlucht Mheiriceanach, Walden Publishing. Is as Neidín í. Fé láthair tá sí ag obair mar cúramóir baile dá hathair agus is iarrthóir tofa í ar son An Chomhaontais Ghlais i ndáil cheantair Chiarraí.

Cleo Murphy has worked as a journalist with Radio Kerry and The Kingdom as well as a freelance journalist for many national journals. She has presented programmes for Radio Kerry and WLR, including When the Cables Came Ashore and Rosemund’s Diary. She also worked as editorial manager for the American publishing house, Walden Publishing. She is from Kenmare where she is currently acting as a carer for her father. Cleo has been selected as a candidate for The Green Party in the Dáil constituency of Kerry

Rónán Ó Dálaigh - Íomhá

Rónán Ó Dálaigh

Is fiontraí sóisialta agus gníomhaí é Rónán Ó Dálaigh. Bunaitheoir www.thriftify.ie, comhlacht a cheanglaíonn siopaí carthanachta le tomhaltóirí ar-líne. I mí Deireadh Fómhair ghabhadh Rónán mar chuid de fheachtais Extinction Rebellion.

Sinéad Mercier Íomhá

Sinead Mercier

Is comhairleoir agus taighdeoir í Sinead Mercier ar dlí agus beartas um athrú aeráide agus thrasdul cóir. D'oibrigh sí roimhe seo le seanadóir Alice Mary Higgins, an Comhairle Náisiúnta Eacnamaíoch agus Sóisialta (NESC), leis an gComhaontas Glas, Philip Lee, ICTU agus Amnesty International.

Tá baint aici freisin le gníomhachtú aeráide Dublin Ecofeminists, SIPTU, Not Here Not Anywhere agus Young Friends of the Earth.

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