NCGE Management of Guidance Committee 2010-2013
Chairperson: Barra O' Briain
Members 2012: Margaret Kelly/Breda Naughton, Jim Mullin, Marian O’Callaghan/ Fidelma Collins, John Wynne, Eilis Coakley, Patricia McDonagh, Paul King, Colum Layton, Peter Brown,
Shira Mehlman, Elaine Quinn, Jennifer McKenzie Director NCGE (ex–officio)
Members 2011: Jim Mullin, Marian O Callaghan, John Wynne, Eilis Coakley, Patricia McDonagh, Paul King, Colum Layton, Peter Brown, Paul Hill and Jennifer McKenzie (Ex-Officio Member - NCGE Director)
Members 2010: Margaret Kelly, Jim Mullin, Marian O Callaghan, John Wynne, Eilis Coakley, Patricia McDonagh, Doreen McMorris, Peter Brown, Grace O' Grady, Paul Hill and Jennifer McKenzie (Ex-Officio Member - NCGE Director)
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