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Danielle McGoldrick

Office Manager

Danielle started working as the Office Manager of the IASW in November 2008. The Office Manager functions include; HR, Operations, Company Secretary, Financial Controller, and line managing the Office Administrator. Danielle is responsible for the financial management of the company and assists with making important company decisions. Danielle also provides administrative support to the Board of Directors, and keeps the office operations running smoothly.

Danielle has a diploma in Events Management and has over 20 years’ experience working in Administration, with over 10 of those years working in the Community and Not-for-profit sector. 

Katie Bio PhotoKatie Boyle

Office Administrator

Katie started as the Office Administrator of the IASW in May 2023. Katie looks after many of the back-office duties to facilitate smooth running of the association; welcoming new members, updating the website, ensuring our members are kept up to date with IASW related news amongst many other activities.

Prior to joining the IASW, Katie was living in New Zealand working with an independent retirement village as an Operations Administrator.

Katie has a Diploma in Communication and Media Studies and has over 8 years’ experience working with Not-for-profits and vulnerable communities.


Clíona Murphy

Continuing Professional Development Coordinator

Clíona took up post as Continuing Professional Development Coordinator in 2013 and developed the role to respond to the CPD needs of the profession by working with Council, Board, IASW members & other key stakeholders.

Clíona sees the IASW as a space where professional development is facilitated, supported, and nurtured and where social work is strengthened and celebrated, showcasing the positive impact and contribution of the social work profession to social change at all levels of society.

Prior to joining the IASW, she worked in the public and NGO sector as a social worker, researcher, evaluator, management committee member and policy development officer.