The recent news from the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI) that fewer and fewer students are choosing to study higher mathematics at Secondary school is yet another black mark...
Brianna McKee is a Research Fellow for the Foundations of Western Civilisation Program at the Institute of Public Affairs.
Prior to joining the IPA in 2022, she worked for two years at Sky News Australia, first as a Digital Producer before being promoted to Digital Reporter.
During her time in journalism, Brianna engaged with complex political events on a daily basis, writing news stories about matters of domestic and international significance. Her stories were regularly among the most read each week for the network. She found that stories about the Royal Family were amongst those most popular and wonders if Anthony Albanese could be on the wrong track trying to promote an Australian Republic?
She has also written articles for The Spectator and contributed to publications like the Herald Sun and the Daily Telegraph.
Brianna has previously worked in a legal practice, on a farm and has taken on a number of coaching and leadership roles at university and in club sport. She is an enthusiastic equestrienne and riding teacher.
Sydney born and bred, Brianna was home schooled and studied at Campion College Australia from 2017-2019 and received a bachelor’s degree in the Liberal Arts, graduating top of her class.