Kate Atwood is an entrepreneur, executive, and philanthropist most widely known as the founder of her name-sake organization, Kate's Club. A self-described community architect, Kate's ability to build and lead during times of change and transitions makes her an ideal speaker on various subjects covering professional and personal growth.
On stage, she's dynamic and thought-provoking as she grounds her personal story of loss as the foundation of her career success. She is relatable and inspiring, surrounding one of society's most challenging topics: grief, or as Kate describes it, "change that we aren't in control of." Her curated insight and action steps are valuable for any organization looking to make more purpose-driven decisions, ultimately empowering resilience individually and collectively.
Empowering Resilience: Leading through Change
Kate's TEDxBigSky Talk
It’s Time We Reframe Grief for Children | Kate Atwood | TEDxBigSky
Kate's career spans launching and growing impact initiatives across private, public, and civic business sectors. At 23, Kate founded Kate's Club, a nationally-acclaimed not-for-profit based in Atlanta that provides support to children and teens facing life after the death of a parent or sibling. She is also recognized for her executive roles leading the Arby's Foundation and ChooseATL at the Metro Atlanta Chamber.
Today, Kate is the co-founder and CEO of LoCo+, the first independent streaming platform dedicated to local content creators and filmmakers. She has appeared on ABC's The View, NBC's Today Show and CNN; and has been featured in People magazine, Adweek and Forbes. She was named to Good Magazine's global "Good 100" list and awarded the National Children's Rights Inspiration Award in 2018. Kate is a frequent speaker and the author of "A Healing Place," published by Penguin Books.