- Born 30 June, 1925, Cobram Victoria Australia
- Died 17 June, 2005
- Occupation Tutor
Daughter of Douglas and Eina (née Pennicott) Boyd, Prue Boyd was educated at Clyde School, Woodend, Victoria. In 1947 she completed a Bachelor of Laws at the University of Melbourne, and was married to Kenneth Myer that same year. The couple were to have five children: four sons and one daughter, Joanna Baevski (q.v.). Prue Boyd and Kenneth Myer were divorced in 1977.
A council member of St Hilda’s College (University of Melbourne) from 1964 until 1971, Prue obtained her Diploma of Education from Monash University in 1972 and became a tutor at the Council of Education in Melbourne. In 1977 she was appointed as a Director of the Australian Institute of Political Science, and in 1981 was awarded her Master of Laws degree by Monash University.
A member of the Lyceum Club (Melbourne), Prue Boyd’s interests include international affairs – especially Third World development, federalism and the Australian Constitution. She enjoys music, reading, films and theatre.
- Edited Book
- Trove: Boyd, Prudence (1925-2005), http://nla.gov.au/nla.party-750062