|5 Sep 2023|
|Charity Sector News|
In the world of leadership, there are individuals who stand out not only for their accomplishments but also for their unwavering dedication to making a positive impact in the lives of others. Rosemary Keogh, the outgoing CEO of the Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA), is undeniably one of those exceptional leaders. As she embarks on a new chapter as the Head of Corporate and Members' Services at the Houses of the Oireachtas, we celebrate her remarkable journey and wish her the best of luck in her future endeavors.
Rosemary Keogh's tenure as the CEO of the Irish Wheelchair Association has been nothing short of inspiring. Under her leadership, the IWA has flourished, achieving numerous milestones and creating meaningful change for people with disabilities across Ireland. Her commitment to the organisation's mission of promoting equality, inclusion, and independence has left an indelible mark on countless lives.
During her time at the helm of the IWA, Rosemary spearheaded initiatives that have enhanced accessibility, advocacy, and support for individuals with disabilities. From advocating for policy changes to improve accessibility in public spaces to expanding the IWA's services to reach even more communities, her leadership has been visionary and transformative.
Rosemary's dedication to empowering individuals with disabilities has not only changed lives but also raised awareness about the importance of inclusivity in our society. Her passion for creating a more equitable Ireland is evident in the lasting impact she leaves behind at the Irish Wheelchair Association.
As Rosemary takes on her new role as the Head of Corporate and Members' Services at the Houses of the Oireachtas, we have no doubt that her exemplary leadership will continue to shine brightly. Her experience, commitment to public service, and track record of achieving results make her a perfect fit for this important role in our national legislature.
We congratulate Rosemary Keogh on her outstanding achievements as the CEO of the Irish Wheelchair Association and extend our warmest wishes for her future endeavors at the Houses of the Oireachtas. Her dedication to making Ireland a more inclusive and equitable place serves as an inspiration to us all. We have every confidence that she will continue to make a positive impact on the lives of many as she embarks on this new chapter.
Good luck, Rosemary! Your legacy of leadership and compassion will be felt for generations to come.