Marcella Corcoran Kennedy TD is former Minister of State for Health Promotion, the first ever Fine Gael minister in Offaly. She was elected to Dáil Éireann in the 2011 General Election and successfully re-elected in 2016.
Marcella is a member of the:
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on the Future of Mental Health Care
- Special Committee on Climate Action
- Houses of the Oireachtas Commission
She is Vice Chairwoman of the newly established Women’s Parliamentary Caucus.
She is former Chairwoman of Joint Oireachtas Committee on Jobs Enterprise and Innovation
Marcella is a former member of Offaly County Council
- Former Chairwoman of Midlands Regional Authority
- Former Chairwoman of Fine Gael Council of local Representatives
- Former member of Fine Gael Executive Council
Marcella is a keen volunteer and is Chairwoman of the board of Birr Theatre and Arts Centre. She is Co-founder and chairwoman of ‘OFFLine’ film festival in Birr, Co. Offaly and is a founding member of ‘Film Offaly’, Offaly’s Film Commission.
News & Statements
Corcoran-Kennedy welcomes clarity from Bórd na Mona
Fine Gael TD for Offaly Marcella Corcoran Kennedy has warmly welcomed today’s announcement from Bórd na Móna about their accelerated programme of rehabilitation of bogs in the midlands.
Special measures to help ‘Just Transition’ in the Midlands – Corcoran Kennedy
The Midlands region has been specifically catered for by Fine Gael in Budget 2020 to help mitigate the impact on moving away from fossil fuels for Bord na Móna workers, a Laois /Offaly TD has said.
Sinn Féin full of hot air and hypocrisy on climate – Corcoran Kennedy
Sinn Féin have again proved themselves to be full of hot air when it comes to climate action in their hypocritical alternative budget, a Fine Gael TD has said.