Kate graduated from Curtin University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science (Occupational Therapy). As a graduate she worked in paediatrics and then moved to work within the aged care sector. She has a passion for making a difference for people living within aged care and improving their quality of life and well-being. Earlier this year Kate participated in the Emerging Leaders in Governance Program, an innovative program that develops young professionals for leadership on Board in the aged care and community sector. Kate is enthusiastic about the difference young leaders can make to the aged care sector and is committed to ensuring young professionals are actively involved in aged care.
Kate will present her work from the Engaging Young Leaders on Aged and Community Boards (EYLACC) Program.
Tuesday Concurrent Session C5: Partnered Session, Focus on Young Leaders, 12.00pm-12.30pm