Eoghan is the Fine Gael TD for Dublin South East. He was elected to the Dáil in February 2011.
Eoghan is a Member of the Banking Inquiry. Prior to his selection for this new committee, he was a member of the Public Accounts Committee, and was previously Head of the Oireachtas delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly for the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
Before entering politics, Eoghan worked in the area of international arms control, in particular on nuclear weapon disarmament issues. He served as an advisor and speechwriter to the Head of the UN’s nuclear weapon testing watchdog in Vienna, the Test-Ban Treaty Organisation. In 2009 Eoghan returned to Dublin and was elected to the City Council.
Eoghan graduated from UCD with a first class honours degree in English and Philosophy. He then achieved an MA in International relations at King’s College, UCL. In 2013, he was awarded a Marshall Memorial Fellowship to the US.
In his spare time Eoghan likes reading biographies, running and watching rugby.
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