Fiona Keegan was appointed National Coordinator of Brain Tumour Ireland in March 2017.
She has a background in psychotherapy and has worked for over 15 years in the voluntary sector, supporting vulnerable people and their families.
Fiona’s previous role involved working with a charity in which she developed the support services available for people living with a chronic condition in Ireland.
Fiona’s primary role within Brain Tumour Ireland is to build on the work which has already started in providing first class support services for people with a brain tumour and their families and carers.
Natasha Smith is the Chair of Brain Tumour Ireland and is one of a number of family members who set up Brain Tumour Ireland as a result of the loss of her mother Ronnie in 2012. Since then Natasha has worked tirelessly to raise funds and awareness of brain tumours. She attends many events to promote the Charity and liaises with our Patrons. Natasha serves on the Fundraising and Support Committees of Brain Tumour Ireland. Natasha works as an SEN Coordinator in a second level school in Dublin and lives in Kilkenny with her husband Liam and four daughters.