Tracey Doyle has been a development worker at the Centre since 2007. As well as identifying and supporting various community groups, Tracey also helps to facilitate the development of services needed in the area.
Her Key areas of work include carrying out local research to help identify community needs, establishing and supporting groups, professional guidance and organising events and fundraisers.
Tracey continues to play a large role in both the Men’s Shed and supporting the development of the Women’s Group.
Greatest Personal Achievement
Establishing a youth club in Scarriff for young people aged 12-18 years and working with others to manage and run it for the past 10 years. We have developed and delivered many programmes, youth exchanges and music events.
Greatest Professional Achievement
Returning to third level education to study Community & Family studies through NUI Galway. This was a great opportunity to gain a qualification in the field I am most passionate about. As part of this degree I gained many skills such as research in the community and raising awareness on issues that affect both family and society such as equality, poverty and diversity.
My Favourite Quote
“Today, make a point of telling someone you care about them. Tomorrow may be too late.”