Fuddy duddy? Not us
The Irish Countrywomen’s Association is still ahead of its time, according to president Marie O’Toole
In her office on the first floor of a rather grand-looking redbrick house just off the Merrion Road in Dublin, Marie O’Toole – all business, with her iPad in hand – is keen to dispel the perception that her organisation is out-of-date.
O’Toole, the first Dubliner to serve as president of the Irish Countrywomen’s Association (ICA), is almost halfway through her three-year stint in the role, and presides over an organisation with about...
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