Thomas MacDonagh Museum CLG
With over 25 years’ experience working at management level in public service, Brenda has worked in numerous roles including community services, HR training, Health and Safety and customer service.
She is a firm believer in the value of the museum as an accessible opportunity for ongoing education, for the preservation of local and national history as well as a key resource for the community. Brenda has been volunteering with the museum since its opening in 2013 and has been a Director since June 2020.
Brendan Hogan is a Chartered Accountant living in Dublin and working for an investment and technology group.
Both of his parents were born in Cloughjordan and he is pleased to be involved in helping the museum to maintain its financial procedures and governance. Brendan is a Director of Thomas MacDonagh Museum since December 2021.
Una Johnston is a Director of Artsada Ltd, a music and events company that supports for-profit, nonprofit and public sector companies and individual freelancers around the UK and Ireland to achieve their business goals through participation in Conferences, Concerts and Festivals.
She is a BA Hons graduate from Limerick Institute of Technology and has 40 years’ experience as an event manager and business development professional. Una is a Director of Thomas MacDonagh Museum since December 2020.
With nearly 30 years working in heritage and tourism, Tori McMorran has a BA and MA in archaeology and worked as an archaeologist for over 20 years. More recently she returned to college and completed a PGDip in Museum Management and Practice with Ulster University.
Tori worked at The Hunt Museum, Limerick co-ordinating collection care and managing the Europeana Archaeology Project.
Working with a range of cultural heritage agencies across Europe she has shared skills to create online collections and exhibitions. She specialises in collection care and museum documentation, particularly in facilitating digital resources and improving standards of care. She is passionate about assisting communities develop resilient and sustainable enterprises using their cultural heritage assets. Tori began volunteering with the Thomas MacDonagh Museum in the early planning stages and became a Director in June 2020.
Strategic Management Plan 2022-2024
2022 & 2021
All COVID-19 restrictions have ended (citizen’s information.ie)
Visitors: The Thomas MacDonagh Museum will continue to provide and use sanitisers. If you would like to wear a mask while visiting us, you are more than welcome to do so. Your safety is our priority!
Staff and volunteers: You should take an antigen or pcr test if you have symptoms of COVID-19, and isolate if you test positive. Inform your museum contact.
COVID-19 symptoms can be like symptoms of cold, flu or hay fever. If your symptoms are not relieved by the usual remedies, you may have Covid. You can catch covid even if you are fully vaccinated and / or have had covid already.
The most common symptoms of COVID-19 (coronavirus) are:
- fever (high temperature – 38 degrees Celsius or above)– including having chills
- dry cough
- fatigue (tiredness)