On Tuesday she joined a number of fellow leaders in the fields of sport, business and education for a meeting hosted by politician Mary Mitchell O'Connor at Leinster House.
"It's great to come together and see what can be done to develop awareness and respect for Women's sport," said Coghlan, who led the Ireland Women's squad to their first Grand Slam last year.
"We have come away from this meeting with a burst of energy and a list of practical ways in which we can all pull together for an important initiative."
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Rob Hartnett, CEO of Sport for Business, added: "We will take what was discussed at this first meeting of the group and call on the assistance of those who have expressed their willingness to be part of something that can make a real difference to the way that society works for women and girls.
"In the US 55% of those women occupying senior management positions played sport through to college level. That compares to 39% in the overall population.
"It shows the importance in terms of confidence and self belief, aside altogether from the fitness and friendship benefits that sport brings. We want to make sure that Ireland is a leader in providing sport for all."
The Ireland Under-18 and Under-19 squads had a busy Easter period with seven matches played in Ashbourne, Cardiff, Llanelli, Caerphilly and Bordeaux. Check out some of the tries scored. Full match reports are available on www.irishrugby.ie.
Speaking to RTE Radio rugby correspondent Michael Corcoran, Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt was asked about prioritising players playing in Ireland when it comes to national selection over those who are based overseas.
In an interview broadcast on RTE Radio 1's 'Sunday Sport' programme, Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt discussed the challenges and opportunities presented by the summer tour to the USA and Japan, and also looked ahead to next month's Rugby World Cup Pool Draw.
Speaking about working with the provinces and monitoring players' progress, Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt told RTE Radio 1: "For us, having the best quality of performance within the provinces, getting some really good coaching from the provincial coaches, which we know is happening at the moment, that's the foundation that we need because in the end we get the players in a match week pretty much."
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IRFU National Talent Development Manager Hendrik Kruger says the Easter age-grade internationals give the Ireland Under-18 and Under-19 players 'the chance to represent their country and experience international rugby' and are 'the highlight of their season'.
The Ireland Under-18 Clubs & Schools team (sponsored by PwC) played the England U-18 Counties side in the first of two matches at Ashbourne RFC this week. Check out the highlights from Wednesday's entertaining clash.
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Irish Rugby TV caught up with flanker Sean O'Brien to get his reaction following Ireland's hard-earned 13-9 victory over RBS 6 Nations champions England. He singled out man-of-the-match Peter O'Mahony for special praise.
Peter O'Mahony reflects on what went wrong for Ireland in Cardiff and tells Irish Rugby TV that he is focusing on the squad and their work this week ahead of the final Six Nations game against England.
The Ireland squad paid a visit to Monaghan last week and held an open training session in Monaghan RFC. We spoke to Andrew Trimble after the session which was attended by over 2,000 cheering supporters.