Katie spoke at the annual RideWest long lunch event in Toowoomba in front of 250 guests. This charity aims to raise funds to support men's health in rural and regional Australia.
Last night I had the opportunity to share my learnings as a women with disability in the workplace and in sport to Get Skilled Access WILD collective leadership program for women
The Lake Macquarie City Council’s Women’s Sport Festival - was held to share and discuss the learnings and experiences of women in sport, and I spoke about diversity
It took me over 15 years before I openly talked about my disability in the workplace. I have Usher Syndrome resulting in gradual loss of hearing and eyesight. From my very first
Podcast with The Unaffected: In this episode we speak with Brigid Kelly and her incredibly inspiring sister, Katie Kelly. Katie was diagnosed with usher syndrome
This article appeared on ABC Online as part ABC partnering with International Day of People with Disability to celebrate the 4.4 million Australians with disability.
This interview is part 1 of 2 hosted by ABC Gold Coast Julie Clift, and talking to Katie Kelly and Maggie Sandles about living with Usher Syndrome and the support they provide
Radio interview with Pat Welsh and Ian Healy on retirement and Sport Access Foundation. Covered high performance sport, Tokyo 2020 Paralympics and Para-triathlon