Kathryn is an adjunct professor at the University of Canberra, Charles Darwin University, and Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education. She is also an Honorary Principal Fellow at The University of Melbourne. Kathryn has been a research director and a professor of education, specializing in school education policies. She held two senior leadership roles at the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) and was the ACER Team Leader of the Evaluation of the Principal Preparation Program based in Indonesia. In 2017, Kathryn was made an honorary Life Member of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association (ACSA). She is a dementia advocate for Dementia Australia, and in that role serves on the Dementia Australia Research Foundation. She lives in Melbourne, Australia.
Kathryn Moyle, Ph.D., a dementia advocate for the the Dementia Australia Research Foundation, has written a response to Rebecca Hill’s article “The Long Goodbye: Living with Alzheimer’s Disease,” published recently in Limestone Post. Rebecca’s reporting on treatment, research, and other aspects of the disease were pertinent, but none resonates as much, Kathryn writes, as how loved ones lose their identity. Click here for more on Living with Alzheimer’s.