Young Greens Committee

Comhairle Óige Ghlas


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John Doody

John is an activist from Co.Dublin and works full-time for the Green Party, in addition to his leadership of the Young Greens.

He is passionate about fighting climate change in partnership with other environmentalists.

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Ben Blunnie

Ben is from Co. Wicklow and studied Law and French at Trinity. After a stint in Belgium he returned to Dublin where he works as a lawyer.

His interests include climate justice, urban development, and over-ambitious hill walking.

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Joel Mckeever

Joel is from Dublin City and is a graduate of English Studies at Trinity. He currently works in the Trinity Careers Service.

He joined the Young Greens to help drive LGBTQ issues, widening participation in education for working class and other minority groups, and a fairer society for all.

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CommS Officer

Gavin Nugent

Gavin is a 28 year old communications professional from Wexford. With previous experience in corporate PR, he managed the Green Party's communications from June 2015 until August 2018, including the history making 2016 General Election.

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CommS Officer

Lisa Murnane

Lisa Murnane is an Archaeology student at UCD. She is committed to activism in support of sustainability and personal welfare. She is a self-professed fan of eating aubergine.

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Membership and Events Officer

Tate Donnelly

Tate “Your Mate” is an activist and Gaeilgeoir from Co. Monaghan. He is studying Maths and Economics at Trinity.

He believes in a better, more equal Ireland and he's a passionate activist for housing, mental health and migrant rights.

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Liaison Officer

Ben O’Leary Fitzpatrick

Ben is currently studying Social Justice and politics in UCD. He joined the Young Greens as he believes that we can work together to make our society fairer for all especially in the education system.

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Branch Coordinator

Dan Hatter

Dan is an environmental activist and educator from Co. Wicklow. He was a leader in the creation of Ireland's first plastic free campus and is a three time Young Environmentalist Award winner.

In recent times he was highly active in the Wicklow campaign to Repeal the 8th and to Re-Elect Micheal D Higgins.

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Policy Coordinator

Philip O’Hanrahan

Philip is studying History and Politics at Trinity. He is passionate about building a better society, one that is socially just, inclusive and sustainable.

His interests in the Young Greens include trans rights, an end to direct provision, and a progressive solution to the housing crisis.

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Committee Member

Esmerelda Pérez

Esmerelda is from Norway and is studying in NUIG. She has been active in Young Greens of Norway for several years and is committed to continuing to fight for the environment in Ireland.

She joined the Young Greens as she believes politics is the most efficient way to make the essential environmental changes in our society.

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Committee Member

Ewan Fuller

Ewan is a student and environmentalist who joined the Young Greens to contribute to progressive efforts in respect of the homelessness crisis, lax environmental protection and representation for rural issues.

He is an avid beekeeper and gardener, with an interest in history and LGBT issues.

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Committee Member

Eva Slevin

Eva is a Politics and Geography student at UCD. She joined the Young Greens because of an interest in environmental policy and progressive policy making.

She is the chair of UCD Young Greens (2019).

Committee Member

Nora Moroney

Nora is originally from Co. Mayo, near Lough Corrib surrounded by nature, and developed a passion for natural heritage, resources and the environment. She is a keen cyclist and yoga enthusiast, Tá grá mór aici i gcomhair gach rud a chaineann lenár gcultúr agus teanga náisiúnta.

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Committee Member

Paul Carroll

Paul is a student and activist from Co. Meath. He joined the Young Greens to contribute to real change in the areas of the environment, public transport, and Ireland’s response to the refugee crisis.

Committee Member

Sorcha Fitzpatrick

Sorcha is from South Dublin and is a graduate of History and Politics from UCD.

She is passionate about promoting sustainable living and is an advocate for climate change.

She became interested in the Young Greens because of its inclusive and progressive environmental and social policies.