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Magdalen Rogers: Executive Director

As Executive Director, Magdalen oversees all of the activities of the organisation including the design and delivery of advocacy campaigns, representing NAI members on key platforms for service delivery and policy development, preparing reports and submissions as well as all aspects of governance and administration within the organisation. She previously worked for the Health Research Board before joining the NAI in 2003. 

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Sinead Bradley: Communications Officer

In her role as Communications Officer (part time) , Sinead works across all communications channels. She manages the organisation's social media communications. She writes, edits and distributes various types of content, including material for the NAI website, marketing material and other types of content that take the NAI message to the public. She has responsibility for co-ordinating National Brain Awareness Week each year, as well as event management, design and development of materials and publications. She maintains and updates the organisation's website at

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Nicola O Malley: Research Officer

In October 2023, Nicola started in the role of Research Project Officer for Phase 2 of the Neuro-Mapping Project, which is a joint partnership between the Health Service Executive (HSE), the Disability Federation of Ireland (DFI) and the Neurological Alliance of Ireland (NAI). The overall governance for this project sits with the HSE National-Neuro Rehabilitation Steering Group. Building on the outputs from Phase 1 of this project, Phase 2 will seek to further understand the current service and support pathways that occur between existing and developing statutory and voluntary community services for people with neuro-rehabilitative needs.

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