Annie Egan

Annie joined the National Chaplaincy in January 2013 as the chaplaincy administrator.

She held previous roles at St. Michaels House, Don Bosco House and Baldoyle Family Resource Service.

In her previous role she was responsible for the ‘Security for Elderly People Programme’ for which her work achieved “The Mayor’s Award for Excellence in Service to Older People”.

Annie was also co-responsible for the setting up of and running of ‘The Rainbows Programme for Bereaved Children’ and for the initial research into setting up ‘The Care and Repair Programme’

Annie has reached a conversational level in Irish Sign Language (ISL) and given the opportunity wishes to further her studies in ISL and Deaf Culture.