Kate Kingston

Disability Officer


As a severe-profoundly deaf woman, I am excited to take on the role of Disability Officer. I look forward to making the most of this wonderful opportunity to meet other post-graduates who have a disability. Please do communicate any issues or concerns so that I may assist you, or advocate on your behalf.

I am currently a PhD candidate in Environment and Sciences at Nathan campus. I have recently completed a Bachelor of Science (Honours 1) in 2021 and Bachelor of Environmental Science with Distinction in 2019, both at Griffith University. In my youth, I also completed a Communications and Fine Arts degrees before finding my passion in environmental science. I was recently awarded a Highly Commended Award at the 2021 QLD Women in STEM prize for my outstanding undergraduate academic success, research and community service as a deaf woman.

For the past five years, I have been engaged with the university in several roles including: Pass Mentee; BOAT Mentor, First Year Mentor and regularly employed as a Laboratory Demonstrator. Outside of university, I am active participant at my local Bushcare. I look forward to meeting you all!

Our Team

Catherine Sanders
Online Officer
Charlie Tran
Communications Officer
Cassidy Winter
LGBTQI+ Officer
Bogdan Mamaev
Research Officer
Geoff Ebbs
Sustainability Officer
Kate Kingston
Disability Officer
Daniel de Vries
Coursework Officer
Saira Khan
Carers Officer
Michael Carden
Support and Events Coordinator
Chantelle Hollenbach
Student Associations Officer
Maureen Butler
Editor-in-Residence
Evie Franzidis
Editor in Residence
Leanne McKnoulty
Editor in Residence