“Kate recently spoke at the 2010 IMPACT Awards for the Corporate Volunteer Council of Atlanta. She connected with the audience through her personal journey with social responsibility and volunteerism. The corporate volunteers, from Fortune 500 companies across the Atlanta area, were left inspired by her Living by Giving platform. The evening was a great success and we thank Kate for her contribution and hope to partner with her in future events” – Crystal Lilley, Chair, CVC IMPACT Awards
“Kate is an engaging and inspiring speaker. Her presentation to our Charity Guild on ‘Living by Giving’ was thoughtful and motivating without being heavy-handed. Kate understands the dynamics of an audience and easily draws the crowd in with her genuine warmth and sense of humor.” – Andrea
“The Metro Atlanta Chamber was proud to have such a young and remarkable gal speak to us. Everyone left our event feeling motivated by her words. With an inspiring personal story, Kate exemplifies her platform and is truly living by giving.” – Kari Hackett, VP, Member Services
“I thoroughly enjoyed your presentation at our conference last Friday. You have a great sense of humor even in the midst of your tragedy. You are an inspiration.” – Kathy
“Through her work as the founder of Kate’s Club and most recently as author of “A Healing Place”, Kate has demonstrated she is one of the emerging leaders in the non-profit sector in America today. There is no doubt the impactful message Kate delivers through “Living by Giving” should be heard and followed by all of us!” –Thomas
President George W. Bush called Kate, “a soldier of compassion”, and she delivers on that with every step she takes in her life and her leadership. As a speaker, Kate is a relatable example that anyone can play a part in changing the world – both in their personal and professional lives. She is passionate about helping others, and motivating audiences to be passionate too. Whether a keynote or an interactive workshop, Kate creates and delivers a unique message to each audience through real life experiences and real word approaches.