Anna Moynihan is a job coach with with EmployAbility Service West Cork. Originally from Kerry, she lived in Cork for 15 years. With a love for kayaking and diving she understands the necessity of having medical backup in locations that can be hard to access. She now lives in Courtmacsherry.
Aodh O’Donnell helps run the family furniture factory at Skibbereen, a family man with an interest in diving and water sports he realises the shortcomings of the health service of the greater West Cork area.
Declan Hurley lives in Dunmanway. He is a farmer and is an elected County Councillor (Non Party) and is involved in several community based committees. He supports the need for better medical services for the rural areas of West Cork.
Dena O’Donovan lives in Clonakilty and helps run the family business, O’Donovan’s Hotel. Working in the tourist industry, and involved in equestrian and hill walking clubs, sees a need for medical rapid response in the West Cork area.
John Kearney lives in Baltimore and runs a diving school. He has a keen interest in all water sports. Married with a young family, John regularly sees the need for improved medical services in the coastal areas of West Cork.
John O’Shea lives in Bantry, is a farmer and is involved in many local community based committees. A long time campaigner for accessible and improved health services in West Cork. John is fighting the downgrading of Bantry Hospital.
Sean Mulqueen based in Frankfield, Cork City, but his heart is in West Cork. A state employee for past 25 years. Holder of ATPL (Airline Transport Pilots License), CFII (Qualified Flying Instructor). Over 20 years flying experience in Ireland, Europe and the States. Accredited ECDL Tester. Active Orienteer and keen interest in all sports. Active member of the Reserve Defence Forces.
Dr. Meg MacConaill, MB, BCh, BAO. Educated St. Angela’s College, Cork City. Graduated from University College Cork in 1957. Served 6 years hospital posts in UK. Practiced as a GP until retirement in 1998. Now a full time resident of Durrus. Meg understands the problems of access to emergency care, and fully supports the aims of WCRR.