Kat is an experienced community and stakeholder engagement specialist working collaboratively with project teams to interact with key stakeholders, special interest groups and the community.
A professional science and technology communicator for more than 20 years, Kat shares her enthusiasm and passion for science with audiences including the general public and technical professionals.
No proposal is too big or too small for Kat. Her experience spans more than 25 years in leading and writing successful grant proposals through to major infrastructure and panel proposals.
Whether it's a modern or traditional approach to workshop facilitation, Kat has developed and facilitated a range of workshops including Project Kickoffs, Risk Workshops, Options Assessments as well as Innovation workshops.
Kat has worked across a range of print, broadcast and online media working with organisations to develop and deliver content for a diverse range of audiences.
See more about her work on science radio below.
Specializing in science, engineering and sustainability, Kat has developed a range of hand-on activities to promote and encourage greater participation in science and engineering.
Examples of Kat's work can be found below.
From 1996 through until 2002, Kat was a Producer and a Broadcaster for RTRFM's flagship science radio program, Transcience, which was co-hosted by other WA based science communicators, including the Transcience Chix, who features on George Negus Tonight as part of National Science Week in 2001.
During this time, Kat interviewed a range of prominent scientists, science communicators.
Examples of Kat's interviews are available to listen in the downloads section below:
As more these are converted from 'reel to reel' to digital files more will become available.
After hanging up the mike on Transcience, Kat continued to appear as a regular every Thursday morning on RTRFM's Breakfast with Barr and contunes to make guest appearances on the station. This included as part of RTRFM's 40th Anniversary series the Humans of RTRFM and as part of 2017's National Science Week program.
Photo credit: RTRFM: D Gibson
During Kat's time at Scitech in Perth, Western Australia, she produced a range of hands on science activities which were published in The West Australian and Sunday Times newspapers.
From 1997 - 2004, Kat let the Australian Cooperative Research Centre for Renewable Energy's Schools and Community Education Project which produced a number of resource materials which are no longer available due to the decommissioning of ACRE's site. They are provided here for reference to students, teachers and community organisations but should not be relied upon as a advice.
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