2014 - ACT Young Woman of the Year, ACT Young Australian of the Year Nominee 2016
Determined that new Australians get the best possible start in life, Dr Kate Eisenberg has made an immense contribution to her community. As a former support worker for Karinya House for Mothers and Babies, Kate has made a positive impact on the lives of many children, pregnant women and parents in crisis.
As a doctor at Calvary Hospital, Kate’s steadfastness and reliability ensure the best possible outcomes for her patients. As a published author, she’s emphasised the importance of gender awareness in medicine and as a communicator at Questacon – the National Science and Technology Centre, Kate’s enthusiasm for science has inspired young women to change their career paths.
Kate has won many awards and she was recognised for leading a project to reduce clinical waste within hospitals.
From her work in community theatre to her commitment to care for rescued animals, there can be no doubt that Kate is a powerhouse, driven by a desire to make a real difference in her community.