Chair / Captain
Joern Huelsmeier took up the challenge to keep the the club from drowning in chaos for the coming year. Even though he’s been in Ireland for over a decade, he might be able to rekindle his ancestral powers of organisation and efficiency that slumbers deep within him.
Diving Officer (DO)
Katie Still oversees all diving related activities in the club (of which there are quite a few), and makes sure the high safety standards are met at all times. She also has the small task of approving every single club dive.
Training Officer (TO)
Maureen Williams is responsible for all the training in DUSAC. Whether you’re a seasoned diver looking for an SDC, or a snot nosed new recruit looking to do your first dive in the sea, Mo will sort you out.
Equipment Officer (EO)
Fiachra Bray is our equipments officer, and is responsible for the upkeep all the club gear. Diving is a very equipments heavy sport, and not having your gear break at 30 meters under the water is always nice. He always has lots to do, so if you have time, be sure to lend a hand!
Assistant Equipment Officers (AEO)
Conor Dore, along with the EO, helps with the upkeep of club gear. The amount of equipments work is monumental, so his assistance is vital.
Clara Kuh Hogan is our resident boat expert, and is charged with making sure our boats break down as little as possible, or maybe, just maybe, not breaking down at all!
Sarah Kingston is back, and better than ever, this time in charge of managing our membership details. From collecting membership fees, to sending away application forms, she’ll be the one to bother.
Fergal O’Shea has the task of documenting the committee meetings through minutes, with as much fun and excitement as is possible in documenting the committee meetings.
Nathan McKinley is making his committee debut as ent’s officer, responsible for organising social events, and pretty much anything else that can loosely be categorised as ‘fun’, such as night outs at O’Neills or parties.
Aimee Borda is the one with the money in the club. When she’s not defrauding the club to the score of millions every year, she’s collecting receipts and handing out reimbursements.
Eoin Dowling is the webmaster, although also accepts the title ‘Supreme Overlord of the Internet’. He pretty much spends all day on facebook, and calls it work. If you have any trouble with the club website, or email list, let him know.
Diarmuid McGowan is the ‘jack of all trades’ and assists anyone and everyone on the committee. When not busy with various jobs, he also represents the concerns of the members to the committee.