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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 (450)

Economy Committee raises concerns about point-based immigration system - Archibald24 February, 2020

Archibald welcomes Coleraine jobs boost21 February, 2020

Archibald raises part-time speed limits for schools with Infrastructure Minister19 February, 2020

'Ballykelly Bypass an important project for the northwest' - Archibald19 February, 2020

Audit Office must investigate InvestNI Wrightbus loans - Archibald19 February, 2020

Questions need answered over use of public money - Archibald18 February, 2020

Archibald extends condolences on the passing of Harry Gregg17 February, 2020

Public commitment on Climate Change Act needed from Poots - Archibald13 February, 2020

Archibald welcomes new body to tackle tourism skills shortages13 February, 2020

'We must reduce barriers and encourage women to participate in STEM' - Archibald11 February, 2020

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