Louisa started her career at Network Ten and is now Chief Executive of the Walkley Foundation for Excellence in Journalism. For more than ten years she has worked collaboratively with the media, government, corporate and community organisations to build a broad funding base to support journalism. Louisa brings to the Walkley Foundation extensive experience in not-for-profit management and awareness campaigns. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has a BA in Communications from UTS. She is a non-executive director of the Alliance for Journalists' Freedom and a board member of Media Diversity Australia.
He was previously the Project Manager for the Google News Initiative Training Network, managed by The Walkley Foundation, which has taught thousands of journalists, editors and students practical digital skills since its launch in 2019.
He has also held senior editorial roles at Sky News and SBS News, consulted to NewsCorp Australia and been a journalism lecturer at the University of Western Australia.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of New South Wales and a Certificate IV in Marketing from North Sydney College of TAFE. He will complete a Graduate Diploma of Project Management with RMIT at the end of 2021.
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Kate’s experience includes a three-year stint in London reporting for the energy-focused newswire ICIS, as a capital markets reporter for the Australian Financial Review and professional services editor for BRW. She began her career as a financial analyst with PwC.
Kate holds a Bachelor of Business and Master of Arts in Journalism from the University of Technology Sydney, and is currently studying a Master of Sustainability at the University of Sydney.
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