Sheila Langan is Editor of IrishCentral and a contributor.
She previously spent three years with sister publication Irish America magazine, first as assistant editor and then in the deputy editor role.
A graduate of Bard College, she also attended Trinity College Dublin. A native New Yorker with Kerry roots, she is interested in literature, business, and good stories.
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