Credentials

credentilasAt the age of 23, Kate achieved her first accolade as Editor of a Rural Press newspaper on the South Coast of NSW. Kate steered the direction of The Bay Post newspaper paper to achieve successive 10% increases in circulation – the highest in the Rural Press stable.

Kate is one of the first people – and the only consultant in Australia – to have obtained a Masters qualification in Strategic Communication (2012). The Master of Strategic Communication course focused on the development of analytic and practical knowledge and skills directed towards the strategic application of communication to societal issues and organisational objectives. She has a deep understanding of the complexity of human communication processes and environments and an intimate knowledge on how to use systematic research and analysis to develop targeted communication strategies.

Kate was awarded the University of Canberra’s Dean’s Excellence Award in both 2011 and 2012  for her distinction-average marks in the Master of Strategic Communication.

Strength of Service

Kate Bradstreet was one of the most outstanding students in the Master of Strategic Communication program at the University of Canberra. Not only did she excel in her studies but she was capable of integrating the knowledge base to her work,
Sora Park, Associate ProfessorUniversity of Canberra
As a media manager, Kate is one of the best in the business due to her knowledge of the industry and the capacity to think quickly and smartly on her feet. She has the respect of many people in the media and communications industry as someone who delivers on her promises and acts with integrity,
Jane O’BrienCommunications Consultant
Without Kate’s level-head, diplomatic nature and bloody-minded determination, we never would have got there. She knows which side of a story is up – and she knows how to persuade people to fall in line so that story can be told,
Andrew DentonAustralian Television Personality
Kate’s dedication to the television series was the difference between going ahead or setting it aside as just an ‘idea’,
Mick KeeltyFormer AFP Commissioner

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