Caroline graduated with Honours MSc. in Speech and Language Therapy (professional qualification) from University of Limerick in 2013, and has worked in various paediatric settings including primary care, CAMHS, and privately. Caroline is committed to supporting the provision of timely, evidence-based, accessible CPD opportunities for the profession, as part of her role with the IASLT.
Jan has been IASLT Administration Officer for many years and is committed to supporting all IASLT Members, Council and Committees. She enjoys the dynamic and busy aspect of her work along with the daily interaction with members.
Edel graduated with a BSc. in Clinical Speech and Language Studies from Trinity College, Dublin in 2001 and has worked primarily with adult populations across acute, community and residential services. Edel obtained a Masters in Healthcare Management from RCSI in 2010. Edel maintains a deep interest in ensuring standards of practice and competencies are met.
Directors are elected by vote at the AGM. If you are interested in becoming a member of the IASLT Board of Directors you can contact Edel Dunphy COO at email@example.com
Marijke Morris is the Lead Speech and Language Therapist and Founder of CATTS, an award-winning independent practice. She qualified as a Speech and Language Therapist and Audiologist in 1997 at the University of Pretoria, South Africa.
Áine Lawlor is a Speech and Language Therapy Manager for Primary Care HSE services in Dublin South City. She graduated with a BSc in Clinical Speech and Language Studies from Trinity College Dublin.
Clare Meskill is a Speech and Language Therapist who graduated with a BSc in Speech and Language Therapy from University College Cork (UCC). Clare is the founder of Teleatherapy, a MedTech company that provides remote voice therapy for individuals with Parkinson’s disease.
Siobhan McCullough is a Senior Speech and Language Therapist currently working in Child and Adolescent Mental Health services in North Dublin. Siobhan has sat on the Communications Taskforce for the European Speech and Language Association [ESLA] since 2020.
Shane is a Pi-shaped marketer with nearly two decades of experience in highly regulated global markets delivering brand engagement across television, mobile, web and gaming platforms for top tier companies like Paddy Power and BetVictor.
Nicola Hart qualified as a Speech and Language therapist in 1992, studying in Leicester, UK. She has lived in Ireland since 1994, and has spent most of her career working with people who have intellectual disabilities.
IASLT is an organisation run by its members for its members, which despite its size maintains a high profile nationally and internationally. Being a member means that you are part of the Community of speech and language therapists in Ireland. It allows you to keep in contact with professional issues which influence your practice