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Mrs Anna Krohn

annaMrs Anna Krohn BTheol (MCD) Overseas Student Officer and Academic Skills Counsellor 

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PERSONAL

Anna Krohn is a graduate in theology from the Melbourne College of Divinity.  She has worked as a researcher for the Southern Cross Bioethics Institute and for the Bioethics Centre at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne. 

She is the convenor and founding member of the Anima Women's Network which provides encouragement, formation and interaction between women of faith.  Anna has also worked with a number of other women's organisations as a speaker and writer.

She is also a former member of the Board of Trustees of Campion College, and has worked as a lecturer and tutor in healthcare ethics and spirituality at Australian Catholic University.

Anna has authored many articles and given many presentations on various aspects of Catholic faith, professional ethos and pastoral welfare, especially in the areas of bioethics and applied theology. She is currently completing her doctoral dissertation on the topic of Affectivity in the Thought of Dietrich von Hildebrand

She is married to Anthony Krohn, a former member of the Refugee Tribunal and a barrister in administrative law with a particular expertise in immigration and refugee. Anthony and Anna are both on the Managing Committee of the Caroline Chisholm Library, a cultural hub in Melbourne.

CURRENT POSITIONS

  • Overseas Student Officer and Academic Skills Counsellor, John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family (Melbourne)
  • Convenor and Founding Member the Anima Women's Network
  • Member and Chair, Australia Life Council 
  • Advisor - Working Group on Dr Mary Glowrey

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor of Theology, Melbourne College of Divinity

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • "Theology of the Body" series of articles, Kairos (2010-2011)
  • St Mary MacKillop - The Genius of Australian Femininity and Holiness, The Record (2010)

 

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