Fuddy duddy? Not us

The Irish Countrywomen’s Association is still ahead of its time, according to president Marie O’Toole

24th July, 2016
Marie OToole, president of the Irish Countrywomens Association Bryan Meade

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Dublin, Marie O’Toole – all business, with her iPad in hand – is keen to dispel the perception that her organisation is out-of-date.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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