Fiona Wehrley RGN, RM (Diploma in General Nursing, Higher Diploma in Midwifery)

Fiona is a registered general nurse and midwife, having gained her qualifications through the University of Limerick. She is registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland and has spent almost 20 years working in the front line of the health care system, both here in Ireland and in Australia.

Living and working in the west of Ireland, Fiona has a keen understanding of the difficulties faced by  members of the LGBTQIAF community in rural areas with regards to access to support services. She believes that Bronntanas’s work will help to bring positive change to people’s lives, allowing them to feel less isolated, whether from the LQBTQIAF community specifically or from wider society.

Fiona is a registered general nurse and midwife, having gained her qualifications through the University of Limerick. She is registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland and has spent almost 20 years working in the front line of the health care system, both here in Ireland and in Australia.

Living and working in the west of Ireland, Fiona has a keen understanding of the difficulties faced by  members of the LGBTQIAF community in rural areas with regards to access to support services. She believes that Bronntanas’s work will help to bring positive change to people’s lives, allowing them to feel less isolated, whether from the LQBTQIAF community specifically or from wider society.