The National Youth Committee / An Coiste Náisiúnta Óige - 2018/2019


chairperson / CATHAOIRLEACH

Aodhán Ó hAdhmaill

Aodhán is 24 and is currently studying for a Masters in Conflict Transformation & Social Justice at Queen’s University Belfast. Having been involved with Ógra over the last 6 years, he has been involved in numerous elections and campaigns. Since 2014/2015, Aodhán has been heavily involved in the Sinn Féin International Department and became International Officer for the National Youth Committee in 2016. He was elected as Cathaoirleach Náisiúnta in March 2018. He is a member of the Sinn Féin Ard Comhairle



vice chairperson / LEAS CHATHAOIRLEACH & Publicity

Caolán McGinley

Caolán McGinley is a Sinn Féin activist from Derry. He is 24 years of age and currently works as a Press Officer, based in Stormont. He has been a member of the National Youth Committee for the last number of years and played a major role in organising National Youth Congresses held in Derry in 2017 & 2018. He is also a DJ and a proud Celtic supporter.



secretary / rúnaí

Róisé Morgan

Róisé is from West Belfast and was elected to the NYC by Congress in Cork, 2016 and again in Derry, 2017. For two years, Róisé served as youth representative on the Sinn Féin Ard Comhairle and is currently Rúnaí of the National Youth Committee. She recently graduated with a degree in Social Policy from Ulster University.




Midlands North-west organiser

Naoise Ó Faolain

Naoise Ó Faolain is originally from Belfast, but since moving to Galway to study - he has since taken up permanent residence on the West Coast. He is an Irish language activist, having previously served as Oifigeach Gaeilge for the NYC, and a member of the GAA. Naoise has been involved in Ógra at a National Leadership level for a number of years.

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Eoin de Rosfort

Eoin is currently chairperson of Ógra Shinn Féin in Dublin. He has led the structures in the city through educational sessions, talks, and campaigns on repealing the 8th, freedom for Ahed Tamimi, support for Catalan democracy as well as mobilising Dublin Ógra for various demonstrations and marches, including support for publicly funded education. He was elected as a member of the National Youth Committee in 2017.

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James Lyons

James is from Thurles and was a co-founder of the Ógra Shinn Féin Tipperary group, of which he continues as its chairperson. He joined the National Youth Committee after the 2018 Derry Congress and is very active in politics both locally and nationally. An avid follower of all things current affairs, James has a keen interest in a wide range of topics such as political economy, environmentalism and critical theory.