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"Kate has all of the skills to make a great comms or marketing person, copywriter or similar. I've watched her develop into a confident positive woman since I have known her." (Kate's mentor)


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Literature reviewing
Investigative journalism
Social media content development

About Kate

Kate is a media strategist, policy researcher, documentary producer, photographer, motivational speaker and copywriter, who is based out of Newtown in the Inner West of Sydney.

Originally from the New England region of rural New South Wales, Kate has worked extensively within the radio broadcasting industry, and was the Operations Manager / Project Manager of Australia's oldest community radio station TuneFM 106.9 (formerly Radio UNE and 2UNE) during its $650,000+ relocation and refurbishment at the University of New England between 2008 and mid-2011.

Kate has worked as a freelance journalist for organisations such as Ten Eyewitness News, the Sydney Morning Herald, ABC Arts, Crikey News, Daily Life, ABC Radio Current Affairs, SBS World News Australia, ABC News (U.S.), Good Morning America, The Guardian, The Hoopla, Birdee and the Star Observer amongst others. Her photos have also appeared in a book by Kate McClymont and Linton Besser called "He Who Must be Obeid", which is a tell-all expose of the former Australian Labor Party kingmaker & corrupt NSW politician, Eddie Obeid. Kate has also extensively covered the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption and the Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses Towards Child Sexual Abuse over the past four years.

In addition to her work covering NSW politics, since late 2012 Kate has also produced documentaries on LGBTI related issues for both FBi Radio 94.5 and The Gender Centre of Sydney, respectively. These include the radio production “Hope + Politics: The Parliamentary Friendship Group” which was highly commended by the Walkley Foundation at their 2013 Storyology Conference, as well as the short documentary film on Transgender youth “In My Shoes” which was launched at the 2014 Parliamentary Friends of LGBTI Australian's function at Parliament House in Canberra.

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