Imogen Ryan-Kerr

Bachelor of Humanities/Bachelor of Laws (Honours) Western Civilisation
Associate Program

Imogen is studying a Bachelor of Humanities/ Bachelor of Laws (Honours) with a major in Western Civilisation, a program which fosters her passion for human rights and justice, and her love of the humanities. 

She graduated from Moreton Bay College as College Captain in 2019, where she was awarded Full Academic Colours, the ADF Long Tan Award for Leadership, the Old Girls’ Award for Citizenship, and the Frances Vinecombe Cup for Outstanding Service to the College. Throughout high school, Imogen was involved in many co-curricular programs, placing in the top 20 teams at the Future Problem Solving International Finals in Wisconsin US, awarded Head of Structure at the National Australian Space Design Competition, and mentoring at the Making A Difference Leadership Summit.

Since commencing at UQ, Imogen has founded the first United Nations Girl Up Club in Queensland, Girl Up Brisbane, where she leads the club by coordinating fundraisers and activities to provide girls with opportunities in the local community. She was also awarded the 2020 UQ Ramsay Undergraduate Scholarship for her studies in Western Civilisation, and received a Dean’s Commendation for Academic Excellence in her first year of studying.

Outside of this, Imogen loves the performing arts. She was awarded Dance Captain at school, the Subject Award for Dance, and choreographed first-place eisteddfod routines.

Imogen is so grateful at the chance to work with and learn from the Liveris Academy, and hopes to combine her interest in human rights, ethics, and leadership to creatively forge a future which holds opportunity, but perhaps more importantly, is sustainable.

Imogen Ryan-Kerr