Kate is a communications specialist with extensive experience in corporate, science, technology and consumer communications, as well as media relations, stakeholder engagement and events management. Before joining the Raine Study, she spent over two decades leading and implementing PR campaigns at multinational organisations, non-profits and start-ups in Australia, the US, the UK, and across Europe.
At the Raine Study, she is responsible for sharing the Raine Study's story with key stakeholders: the consumer participants who take part in and enable the Raine Study's research, the researchers who utilise the Raine Study's extensive data holdings, and the broader stakeholders who support the Raine Study's endeavours (academic institutions, government agencies, private funding bodies and more). She is passionate about making health and medical research not just accessible to a non-science audience, but relevant and exciting to them too.
In addition, she leads the Raine Study’s intern program, coaching and mentoring undergraduate students in science communications.
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
Arts, Bachelor, The University of Western Australia
1 Feb 1990 → 30 Jun 1994
Award Date: 30 Jun 1994
- Not for Profit