Keri Kitay: The Long Goodbye: Lessons on Humanity from the Grips of Alzheimer's


Fiona Robertson + Keri Kitay

Queensland Terrace, slq

Regular Program

1060

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#About the event


#Artists

Fiona Robertson

Fiona Robertson

Fiona Robertson is a writer and doctor. Her short story collection, If You’re Happy, won the Glendower Award for an Emerging Queensland Writer in 2020 and was published in 2022 by University of Queensland Press. The collection was also shortlisted for the Steele Rudd award at the 2022 Queensland Literary Awards.

Keri Kitay

Keri Kitay

Keri Kitay is a communications professional who has a passion for health and wellbeing. Witnessing the devastating impacts Alzheimer’s has on a person, she feels it is her duty and responsibility to educate people and provide knowledge and tools to make better informed health decisions.

Keri is also a sister, daughter, granddaughter, aunty, friend and colleague who generally believes in the welfare of others. She is a fitness ambassador for CHeBA (The Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing) and a board member for UIA (United Israel Appeal). 

Keri has also had a fulfilling career working in the health, fitness and sport industry with national and global brands delivering key events and campaigns. She is an entrepreneur at heart and has a passion for storytelling.



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