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Karen Mullan



Karen has been a political and community activist in Derry for a number of years. Working in community and voluntary sector in the Waterside and across the city and district, Karen has made a significant contribution to community development and establishing projects and festivals in the Top of the Hill and Irish Street area.

Karen is a graduate from Ulster University with a degree in Community Development. She lives in the Creggan area of the city and is married to Charles with 2 children.

Karen played a key role in setting up the Pink Ladies cancer charity and was instrumental in lobbying for the delivery of the North West Cancer Centre at Altnagelvin Hospital.

Karen is a strong advocate for workers' rights, this is exercised in her membership of SIPTU, the community and voluntary trade union.

Karen was selected to replace Elisha McCallion in the Assembly in 2017 following her election as MP for Foyle.

Statements (152)

Community saddened by Strathfoyle deaths - Mullan18 January, 2020

Mullan welcomes £45m education investment14 January, 2020

'Tackling crisis within education system must be priority' - Mullan13 January, 2020

Mullan encourages parents to complete school applications7 January, 2020

Mullan extends condolences at death of James Mehaffey7 January, 2020

Transgender guidelines a “hugely positive step” – Mullan17 October, 2019

Mullan meets Children’s Law Centre15 October, 2019

Significant disruption caused by security alert - Mullan9 September, 2019

Pupil file allegations must be 'rigorously investigated' - Mullan3 September, 2019

Mullan welcomes establishment of EA Special Needs Helpline2 September, 2019

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