BCI Outreach Coordinator - Connaught
Rachel joined Breast Cancer Ireland in January 2017 as Outreach Coordinator and delivers our breast education and awareness programmes to various schools, organisations and community groups across the West and North West of Ireland. Rachel is a breast cancer survivor, diagnosed in her late 20s. She has a keen interest in promoting breast self-awareness and is passionate about supporting women through their breast cancer journey and, indeed, those who have yet to be diagnosed.
JULIETTE O CONNELL
BCI Outreach Coordinator - Munster
Juliette joined Breast Cancer Ireland in August 2018 as an Outreach Coordinator covering the Munster region. She firmly believes that by delivering our breast education and awareness programmes to schools, companies and community groups it will increase awareness and, ultimately, save lives. She is a breast cancer survivor and was diagnosed at the age of 41. Juliette is very passionate about this programme and wants to assist as many women as possible to know the signs/symptoms of breast cancer, and how important it is to self-examine.
BCI Outreach Coordinator - Dublin
In 2011, Olivia was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 34 and has been an ambassador for Breast Cancer Ireland ever since. Olivia is passionate about educating women of all ages about cancer prevention and early detection. She is delighted to be visiting TY students and women in the workplace to promote education and awareness.
BCI Outreach Coordinator - North Leinster
Covering our North Leinster area is Sabena Moylan. Sabena joins us bringing her wealth of experience from many different areas. Sabena has previously worked with companies such as Aer Lingus, Connacht Rugby and Bupa to name a few. She is very passionate about educating women on the signs and symptoms of breast cancer. She is also excited to deliver our Breast awareness and Education programme to TY students and teachers across North Leinster.
BCI Outreach Coordinator - Midlands
Carol recently started working with Breast Cancer Ireland as an outreach coordinator. She is both a registered nurse and registered midwife. Before starting with Breast Cancer Ireland, she worked as a registered nurse with primary care in Tullamore, Offaly. She studied nursing and midwifery in Liverpool, and considers herself to have been very lucky in her career to be able to work in Saudi Arabia, New York and Atlanta, gaining great experience.
BCI – UPMC Hillman Cancer Centre Breast Health Coordinator covering the south east of Ireland
Anne has had a long career in health care as a medical scientist in histopathology. Her experience as a scientist in the breast clinic of Tallaght hospital stood to her when she was diagnosed with stage 2 invasive ducal carcinoma in 2020. Anne will be covering all areas where UPMC are impacting communities across healthcare, sporting and corporate outreach and she is looking forward to bringing her experiences to the job for the positive benefit of our communities.