Overall President – Mark O’Donnell
Mark is the President of the Students' Union, and acts as the Chief Spokesperson and head of the Organisation. Mark studied Event Management in the City Campus and last year was the Vice President for Events and Engagement. He has a long history of being involved in student activities, volunteering and societies. He is passionate about fundraising and last year raised €16,000 which was the second highest amount the SU raised in a year!
Key areas of work for Mark this year are leading the SU through a constitutional referendum, agreeing a partnership agreement with TU Dublin, working on student facilities and increasing student participation and engagement within the Union.
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Post Graduate Officer - Stephen Sheridan
Stephen is in his second year of his PhD. He has always tried his best to get involved in helping the college community as he feels it’s important to help those around him. When Stephen was an undergrad, he was a Class Rep and he also set up a Peer Mentoring Group in Kevin Street, to get each year to help the year below. This is still going strong in Grangegorman.
Deputy President – Pádraic Keane
Pádraic 'Spud' Keane has been involved in the SU for 3 years now as an officer starting off as Entertainments officer for Blanchardstown and later taking on the remit of Clubs & Socs Officer, last year he was VP for Welfare & Equality for Blanchardstown Campus and this is year is the Deputy President of the Blanchardstown Campus, with he remit of Education officer.
He is passionate about supporting all students and ensuring that they are given the best opportunities while they are studying in TU Dublin, as he knows the difficulties around education since he has personal experience of an untraditional route to get to College.
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Vice President for Welfare & Equality – Sinead Lane
Sinéad is the current VP for Welfare and Equality in Blanchardstown Campus. She has recently graduated with a degree in Community Development in Youth Work and has a background in working with people with disabilities as well as being a social activist. Sinéad feels passionately about empowering students to advocate for themselves both within and outside of university and strongly believes in the equipping people with the tools needed to become an active and participating member of their community.
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Clubs & Societies Officer – Ellie Ward
Read Ellie’s manifesto here
Entertainments Officer – Clodagh Roche
Read Clodagh’s manifesto here
Deputy President – Fionn Collins
Fionn is this years Deputy President of the City Campus. He was last years VP for Welfare & Equality in the City Campus. He was also Cathal Brugha Student College Officer back in the day as well as a School Rep and a Student Councillor for 4 years. Some of his special areas of interest are Democracy, Diversity and Inclusion, Representation, the Irish language and Class Reps. Fionn hopes to finalise some of the work he has started as VP Welfare & Equality.
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VP Education – Hamza Jamaa
Hamza returns as the Vice President of Education in the City Campus for a second term. Hamza was once the College Officer of Cathal Brugha Street and a previous Student Councilor. Being a previous College Officer, Hamza was inspired to run for a full tme position in the Students' Union and bring about positive change, focus on Class Reps and representation.
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VP for Events & Engagement – Adam Clarke
Adam is the current VP for Events & Engagement. Things haven't been easily planning events in a midst of a pandemic but Adam really puts the work in so TU Dublin Students get a chance to wind down really enjoy the university experience. Adam also oversees all of the fundraising done by the students Union. If you have any queries relating to events or fundraising or just want to get involved, contact Adam now!
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VP for Welfare & Equality – Aoife Meagher
Aoife has been heavily involved in college life, whether it be the LGBTQ society committee, presenting workshops at USI Pink Training or being a Student counsellor & Class Rep.
They are passionate about sexual education and empowerment, LGBTQ rights and supporting students as best as they can.
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Aungier Street College Officer - Jakub Polanowski
Read Jakub's Manifesto here.
Bolton Street College Officer – Bláthnaid Longmore
Read Bláthnaid’s manifesto here
Grangegorman Central Quad College Officer – Brian Jordan
Read Brian’s manifesto here
Grangegorman East Quad College Officer – Keely McLavin
Read Keely’s manifesto here
Deputy President – Lesley Barrett
Lesley was involved in representing students while in college by being both a class and school rep. Being in student council inspired Lesley to run for election because she was passionate about being part of positive change for students and empowering the student voice. Lesley is a strong advocate for inclusivity and diversity. She is returning for her second year in the union having been a welfare & equality officer last year.
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Vice President for Education – Seán Farrelly
This is Seán's second year involved with the Students Union. Seán graduated with a degree in Electronic Engineering! He has committed to working on educational matters to make sure that your voice is heard, and is hopefull that he will get the chance to see you all on a few nights out! If you have any issues at all or just want a chat, pop over to Seán in the Students Union.
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Vice President for Welfare & Equality – Sean Delappe
Sean graduated from Business management in 2021. He is really looking forward to the second semester and getting out talking to more students and holding some fun campaigns and events. He looks forward to getting to know more of the Tallaght students and helping with any welfare issues that may arise.
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Communications Officer – Áine Kane
Read Áine’s manifesto here
Clubs Officer – Sophie Doolan
Read Sophie’s manifesto here
Entertainments Officer – Eoin Carey
Read Eoin’s manifesto here
Societies Officer – Ishani Banerjee
Read Ishani’s manifesto here