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Catherine Kelly



Catherine Kelly is 30 and although originally from Loughmacrory, she has lived in Omagh town for the past eight years.

Catherine studied English & History in John Moore's University, Liverpool and Early Childhood Studies in South West College, Omagh.

She has been a member of Sinn Féin since 2009, stood as a candidate in Omagh Town in the 2014 local elections, has worked as Political Advisor to Barry McElduff and is currently secretary of Omagh Sinn Féin Comhairle Ceantair.

Catherine has a passion for the Irish language and previously worked as a nursery assistant in the local Irish language nursery, Naíscoil na gCrann.

She also has a strong community ethos and as well as assisting with her local community association she has helped organise various charity events and workshops on suicide prevention.

Statements (93)

Economy Minister must tackle rising youth unemployment - Kelly15 September, 2020

Teachers must be part of the decision making process to avoid another exam fiasco - Kelly11 September, 2020

Young people must be included in the scrutiny of stop and search usage - Kelly10 September, 2020

2021 exam and assessment curriculum could lead to more inequality - Kelly9 September, 2020

Education Minister should give children a break and scrap transfer test - Kelly8 September, 2020

Financial support for childcare vital if mothers are to secure right to work - Kelly3 September, 2020

Urgent action needed to improve COVID-19 testing for under 5s - Kelly1 September, 2020

Kelly calls for urgent review into handling of AS and A-Level results21 August, 2020

Kelly welcomes funding boost for apprenticeships and further education13 August, 2020

Kelly writes to Human Rights and Equality Commissions over exam grades debacle13 August, 2020

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