Katharine Walker is a woman with many different roles. She qualified as a nurse in 2016 and has worked in pediatric and neonatal intensive care, looking after some of the country’s sickest children.
Katharine has worked on the frontline through the pandemic and is passionate about education on health and wellbeing. Nursing was a vocation, but Katharine also uses her prole within Ireland to advocate for social causes and charities such as Breast Cancer Ireland and stem cell donation. She recently started her own social media campaign, “Kat’s Call”, raising awareness on the threat of violence towards women. Encouraging women to come forward with their experiences, and starting conversations leading to positive change within the Irish community.
Katharine also works as a radio presenter for Cool FM, broadcasting on one of the largest shows in the country, and has started her podcast, “Call me Kat.” Katharine wants to see more female representation within media, particularly in the sports sector.
I had two of my front teeth knocked out playing hockey when I was younger.
I have recently started to learn sign language in the hope to be able to use this when presenting at live events.
I am a huge fan of the television series Friends.
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