Bachelor of Journalism (write. rewrite. bang head against wall. edit. re-edit)
Daisy Katter is responsible for increasing awareness of the Centre for Rural and Remote Health, James Cook University as a quality teaching and research department by identifying, developing and creating opportunities for media coverage of university programs, projects, research and events and to develop and manage communication plans and activities to effectively engage internal and external stakeholders. Daisy is also the Centre for Rural and Remote Health's social media and website coordinator and is responsible for the development and execution of strategic digital communications and content marketing initiatives.
Prior to her work at the Centre for Rural and Remote Health Daisy spent time as a Media Advisor for a North West Queensland Federal Politician and spent many years working in television and radio as a news journalist for the ABC and WIN Networks.
When Daisy isn't glued to a computer screen you can find her swimming laps at the pool, riding horses and trying very hard not to be the worst pool player in Mount Isa. Daisy recently completed an 8.7km open-water swim from Magnetic Island to Townsville in 2017 after crocodiles stopped her in 2015. Daisy is very passionate about photography, film and living/working in the Outback!
Clarion Awards Finalist - Most Outstanding Journalism Student