Kathy speaks with incisive humor on a number of topics:

  • Why Improvisation Will Drive Marketing 4.0 (yes, we’re there!)
  • Product and Company Storytelling
  • Turn Product and Service Brainstorming Upside Down
  • Unleash! Play and Humor at Work
  • Lightening Up B2B Marketing
  • Marketing with a Human Soul

Hear and see a few clips here.

Some of the place Kathy’s been and had a blast!…

  • ASTD (American Society for Training and Development)
  • Delphon and Gel-Pak
  • Women in Consulting
  • NorCal BMA Marketing Strategy Roundtable
  • NorCal BMA Public Relations Roundtable
  • The Applied Improv Network Conference
  • The SNCR Symposium
  • The Digital Impact Conference
  • Product Camp Silicon Valley 2011,2012, 2013
  • Marketing Camp Silicon Valley
  • ACRP (Association of Clinical Research Professionals)
  • IABC (Silicon Valley Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators)
  • MENG (Marketing Experts Networking Group)
  • Portola Pharmaceuticals
  • Autodesk
  • Yahoo!
  • Silicon Valley Product Management Association
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • The United Way of Silicon Valley
  • Genentech
  • The San Jose Chamber of Commerce
  • The San Jose Small Business Summit
  • The Silicon Valley American Marketing Association
  • The San Francisco American Marketing Association
  • The YMCA Annual Learning Conference
  • IBM San Jose
  • Society for Human Resources Management
  • FountainBlue When She Speaks
  • Stanford University and Hospital
  • The Knight Ridder Fellows’ Program at Stanford University
  • San Jose State Nursing Association
  • UC Berkeley Alumni Conference on Innovation
  • Women in Consulting
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Kathy’s style is engaging, relevant and inspiring. Thank you, Kathy!
Jane LeFevre, Director, United Way Silicon Valley team

Thank you for your time and expertise, Kathy. You provided great insights that I know our team will use to every advantage. We also appreciate your enthusiasm, humor and energy — a great All-Hands!
Diane Gage-Lofgren, VP of Brand, Marketing, and Communications, Kaiser Permanente

 

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