Louise Conlon, Camogie Association
Louise Conlon has been serving as Interim Chief Executive of the Camogie Association since the start of the Liberty Insurance All Ireland Championship season, following the departure from the role of Joan O’Flynn.
Conlon joined the Association as Technical Development and Participation Manager from the Defence Forces in January. While there she held a number of management and leadership roles and most recently had served as Aide-de-Camp to the President of Ireland.
The Kildare native studied Business at Galway-Mayo Institute of technology and joined the Defence Forces from college. While there she founded the Camogie and Ladies Football clubs for serving members and represented Kildare at inter-county level and as a team mentor. She is also a former Camogie Chairperson of Clane GAA Club.
It has been a strong year for the sport with Quarter Finals in the Championship televised live on RTÉ and the second biggest attendance at an All Ireland Final driven by the impressive ‘Go Together’ campaign.
The process to appoint a permanent CEO is nearing its conclusion and Conlon’s name is in the mix for that. Regardless of the outcome, she has been a strong performer through the summer.
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