Curriculum Vitae

 

 

 

My current Curriculum Vitae is available to download here: Kate Swaffer CV October 2018

HONORS AND AWARDS

2018 Australian Financial Review 100 Women of Influence: Winner, Global Leader category

2017 SA Parliamentary Motion (60) by the Hon Kelly Vincent MLC, recognition of local, national and global work in dementia
2017 Australian Gerontology Association (AAG) SA, The Sir Keith Wilson Oration
2017 Australian of The Year Award, South Australian Winner

2016 University of Wollongong, Alumni Award Social Impact Award, Winner
2016 Westpac/Financial Review 100 Women of Influence
2016 Australian of The Year Award, South Australian Finalist

2015 National Disability Awards: Emerging Leader in Disability Awareness, Winner
2015 Dementia Leader, University of Stirling International Dementia Awards, Winner
2015 Dignity in Care Achievement Award, Outstanding Individual Contribution to Dignity in Care, Inaugural winner
2015 Bethanie Education Medallion Award, Winner
2015 University of Wollongong, AAG Community Engagement Award, Winner
2015 University of Wollongong, Community Engagement Award, Winner
2015 University of Wollongong, Alumni Award Social Impact Category, Runner up

2014 University of Wollongong, Master’s of Science (Dementia Care), Distinction

2013 International Dementia Awards: Dementia and the Arts, Also A Mirror, ECH Inc. and Urban Myth Theatre of Youth and Kate Swaffer, South Australia
2012 Creating life with words: Love, Inspiration and Truth was archived in the PANDORA Collection of the State (SA) and National Library of Australia
2012-13 Patron for The Visitors, a play about Younger Onset Dementia, Urban Myth Theatre Group and ECH Residential Aged Care

2008 Bachelor of Psychology University Merit Award, UniSA
2008 Lifetime Golden Key Membership, UniSA