Katherine Keating at G'day USA.
September 5, 1981
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
|Alma mater||University of New South Wales|
|Occupation||Co-founder of Matilda Media Ventures|
Katherine Keating (born 5 September 1981) is co-founder of Matilda Media Ventures[not in citation given] and is a Trustee of the Digital Museum of Australia. The headquarters of Matilda Media is in SoHo, New York; the company also has representative offices in Studio City, California; Paris, France; and Sydney, Australia.
Keating was founding Director of Keating Consulting, a Government relations consultancy, representing a number of international corporations, industry associations and not-for-profit groups. She was awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 2006 recognition of her work in the not-for-profit sector.
Keating worked as a Policy Advisor in the Offices of the NSW Premier and Minister for Planning, Infrastructure and Natural Resources. She was the founding director of GoFundraise.com, an online organisation that raises funds for Australian based charities.[not in citation given] She published a paper titled "The National Governance of the Non-Profit Sector", which was presented and tabled to the Australian Government Senate Standing Committee on Economics: Inquiry into the Disclosure Regimes for Charities and Not-For-Profit Organizations.[dead link]
Keating is co-founder of Matilda Media Ventures with Peter Scarf and Alex Hartman.[not in citation given] Matilda Media produces film and television projects; invests in digital media transactions; and provides digital media corporate advisory services.
Keating is Trustee of the Digital Museum of Australia.
Personal life 
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Keating graduated from the University of New South Wales with an honorary degree in Philosophy, majoring in Politics and International Relations. She is the daughter of former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating.
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