Kate has been a blog writer for the past year, writing for the nonprofit sector on topics such as leadership, strategic planning, and organizational development. Although she is currently a blogger, Kate is open to all forms of writing.
Kate's writing interests include leadership, strategic planning, organizational and business development, team building, organizational culture, and performance management.
Non-writing interests include working with children with multiple disabilities during the school day, spending time with her daughter, and blogging to expand the leadership skills and organizational capabilities of individuals and organizations.
Kate worked from 2018-2020 to attain her Masters of Art in Organizational Leadership. Topics included studying theories of leadership and management, as well as strategic planning, process improvement, organizational development and performance management.,
Kate is currently a student attaining her Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership and Development and is expected to be a PhD candidate in 2023. Important topics studied are leadership, change management, organizational development, strategic planning and performance management.
Kate has written about diversity and inclusion in blog form and the importance of a strong culture within an organization to drive the creativity and growth of both individuals and the organization. Kate has written about the importance of an open and diverse work culture that promotes creativity and empowers employees to succeed both personally and professionally.
Kate has worked on several blogs for the nonprofit sector, promoting growth and the ability to create strong cultures that attract both volunteers and donors. Furthermore, Kate has worked with nonprofits on a consulting basis focusing on board engagement, volunteer management, marketing, and the effective use of social media to drive their missions and visions.
Kate has worked in the retail and foodservice industry for over 20 years and has extensive experience in recruiting, hiring, and training and cohesive team while empowering them to grow, make their own decisions and make mistakes.
Kate has been working on nonprofit and leadership blog posts to help those inside and outside of the nonprofit sector to better utilize their talent and teams to improve reach for their cause.