Hannah O’Dwyer| Training Manager and Education Officer
Hannah O’Dwyer is AsIAm’s Training Manager/Education Officer, a hybrid role through which she oversees the delivery of all of AsIAm’s training programmes and supports the other members of the training team in fulfilling their roles. Hannah began working with AsIAm in 2019 as the organisation’s Education Officer, a role which she has real passion for and loves dearly. She has a Bachelor of Education from Saint Patrick’s College, DCU and has previously worked as a primary school teacher, a vocal coach and a music teacher. In her role as Education Officer, Hannah has revised AsIAm’s school programmes and is in charge of their delivery. These programmes include CPD training in autism for school staff, autism awareness workshops for post-primary students and autism information talks for parents. Hannah also leads the co-ordination of AsIAm’s Autism Friendly Schools Project. This is a national education project which has attracted interest from over 100 primary and post-primary schools in each year of its delivery since 2019.
When Hannah is not working she is busy studying Psychology part-time, singing, playing piano or petting her cat Moses.