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Caoimhe Archibald


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Caoimhe Archibald grew up in Coleraine and was educated at Loreto College and Queen’s University, Belfast.

She qualified with a BSc in Molecular Biology and PhD by research sponsored by a DARD studentship.

She also completed a PGDip in Management & Corporate Governance from the University of Ulster. She works in applied horticulture research and believes very strongly in the importance of investment in R&D and SMEs to enable local businesses to compete in a global market.

Caoimhe is a political activist and has been involved in the past three election campaigns in East Derry as well as supporting constituency work in the Coleraine Borough Council area.

Caoimhe is a keen runner and swimmer and has completed two marathons, fundraising for mental health and hospice charities when doing so.

She has been a member of her local GAA club for over 15 years and believes in the importance of promoting sport participation as a means to better quality of life for young and old alike.

She is also a strong advocate of Irish language and has been a member of Conradh na Gaeilge for 5 years.

Statements (528)

Archibald welcomes opening of grant applications for larger businesses hit by COVID-1921 April, 2021

Sinn Féin to bring motion to stop Brexit credit card rip-off – Archibald17 April, 2021

Businesses should have clarity on reopening - Archibald12 April, 2021

‘Fair recovery for workers, businesses and young people’ – Archibald8 April, 2021

Archibald welcomes progress towards Our Lady of Fatima PS new build2 April, 2021

Sinn Féin request urgent meeting with DFI on congestion in Dungiven31 March, 2021

Use special status to create jobs and bring in investment – Archibald29 March, 2021

Economy Minister must enable students to work and study in Europe – Archibald29 March, 2021

‘Stop the Brexit credit card rip-off’ – Archibald26 March, 2021

Archibald calls for paid leave for parental bereavement and women suffering miscarriage25 March, 2021

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