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Kate is driven to work in children’s TV development to create dynamic programmes that educate, inspire and entertain young people. She graduated in 2016 with a 1st class Drama degree from Exeter University, with a focus on applied drama for children. She is passionate about empowering young people and has worked with children with varying learning needs on a film set, in theatres and schools in the US, Canada, Fiji and the UK. She also has experience presenting and producing student TV and theatre. At the moment Kate is working with SEN children within schools and also presenting for the charity Whiz-Kids, championing the need to empower disabled young people through adventure and sport.