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Katherine Keating (born 5 September 1981) is a political advisor, presenter and executive producer.
Keating founded Keating Company International in 2013, a new media group that acquires and develops intellectual property rights, in the form of screenplays, novels, biographies, television interviews and other primary material, intended for development of both film and television content.
Katherine has over 10 years experience working in politics. Keating founded Keating Consulting in 2006, a Government relations consultancy, representing a number of international corporations, industry associations and not-for-profit groups. Her work included advising the East Timor Government and the Berggruen Institute on Governance .
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.
Keating is on the Board of Culture Project, a not-for-profit theatre company, founded in 1996, dedicated to addressing critical human rights issues by creating and supporting artistic work that amplifies marginalized voices. Culture Project fosters innovative collaboration between human rights organizations and artists, aiming to inspire and impact public dialogue and policy, encouraging democratic participation in pressing world issues.
She was the founder of GoFundraise, an online organisation that raises funds for Australian based charities.
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