Dr Kay Bishop has worked in education for over 40 years in a range of roles including teacher (Years 1-12), deputy principal, head of department, master teacher, principal policy officer, advisory teacher and lecturer. While Kay’s work has predominantly been in Queensland schools and Education Queensland’s Curriculum Branch, Kay has also taught in England and led professional development in the Australian International School in Sharjah. Kay was awarded her PhD from The University of Queensland in 2015 and received the Grassie and Bassett Prize in Educational Administration. Kay is now a tutor at The University of Queensland in EDUC7112 (Teachers as Leaders and Innovators) and edits for Redress, the journal published by the Association of Women Educators.