http://www.thejournal.ie/barry-andrews-new-ceo-of-goal-666897-Nov2012/?utm_source=twitter_selfAID CHARITY GOAL has this evening announced the appointment of former junior minister Barry Andrews as its new chief executive.
The former Dún Laoghaire TD, who is currently Fianna Fáil’s director of elections for the Children’s Rights referendum, will take up his position shortly.
Andrews, 45, who is a son of former minister David Andrews and a cousin of broadcaster Ryan Tubridy, succeeds John O’Shea at the helm of the charity which O’Shea himself founded in 1977.
GOAL chairman Pat O’Mahony said Andrews would begin his tenure by meeting with international donors, governments and senior staff in the 12 countries in which the body operates.
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