A businesswoman in Antrim, Roisin Lynch is a first-time candidate for the SDLP.
Roisin sits on a number of local enterprise organisations, including Farranshane Social Trust in Antrim and on the board of governors for St Comgall’s PS, Antrim, where she has been vice chair. Roisin is also a committee member of Rehability, a local mental health charity in Antrim. Roisin was instrumental in re-establishing St Comgall’s GAA club in Antrim, which has flourished after many years. She is an active committee member and acted as chairperson in 2013. Roisin is also on the board of Club Aontroma, which raises fund and services for county and club GAA teams throughout the county. She is also involved with her local church and Antrim Pastoral Council.
Roisin recently graduated from University of Ulster with an Advanced Diploma in Social Enterprise.
She is married with seven children.:: Back to People