As a resident of Cork North West, Becky is active in her community. She is committed, engaging, and has led several campaigns in Cork. She dedicates significant time to voluntary work with young people. Becky is committed to representing and delivering for citizens. The integrity, honesty, and vision of Aontú leader Peadar Tóibín TD was a strong motivating factor in Becky’s decision to join and stand for Aontú.
Becky is a strong and motivated young woman from County Cork. She is 28 years old, the eldest of a large family. She studied a Bachelors in Chemistry for 4 years in UCC. She then went on to complete a Masters in Chemistry and is currently working in the Pharmaceutical Industry. Becky was very active during the campaign to save the 8th amendment, she organised street outreaches, pro-life workshops, took part in and won debates on collage campuses. Becky also featured in a television documentary to do with Abortion in Ireland, she debated the Life issues on Radio and has been interviewed on all sorts of media platforms.
Becky stood for Aontú in Cork North West for the GE in Feb 2020, her first political outing when, in a three-week period, she gained the trust of 8.5% of the voters. Becky plans to continue raising her profile in the public domain, and to help get her message out there she has just recently created a YouTube Channel called ‘Becky Kealy Aontú’.