Jacqui Walsh

Jacqui is a Social Impact Analyst at Rethink Ireland.

Jacqui is a UCC graduate with a BA in Arts International (Chinese and Economics) and is currently finishing her Masters in Voluntary and Community Sector Management. She has previously worked in the third sector with people who are experiencing homelessness in Cork. 

Jacqui’s passion for social justice and innovation began at a young age when she was part of Young Social Innovators with the Forget Me Not project, a campaign for Ireland’s missing persons. This project successfully lobbied the government and established Ireland’s Missing Persons Day, an annual day, each December, that highlights the importance of maintaining hope when loved ones are missing. 

Jacqui is a Social Impact Analyst at Rethink Ireland.

Jacqui is a UCC graduate with a BA in Arts International (Chinese and Economics) and is currently finishing her Masters in Voluntary and Community Sector Management. She has previously worked in the third sector with people who are experiencing homelessness in Cork. 

Jacqui’s passion for social justice and innovation began at a young age when she was part of Young Social Innovators with the Forget Me Not project, a campaign for Ireland’s missing persons. This project successfully lobbied the government and established Ireland’s Missing Persons Day, an annual day, each December, that highlights the importance of maintaining hope when loved ones are missing.