B.A. Psychology and French, M.S. Computer Science
31 years experience in the computer field
System and Method for Prompt-Radiology Image Screening Service Via Satellite, and
Method for Automated Web Site Maintenance Via Searching
Kate specializes in telling stories about real people who have made a difference. She has told stories at many venues in the Northeastern USA, including The New-York Historical Society (New York City, NY), First Night Saratoga (Saratoga Springs, NY) and The Norman Rockwell Museum (Stockbridge, MA).
In 2010, she won the Story Slam (competition) at the National Storytelling Conference in Los Angeles.
She has also been commissioned to create stories set in history several times.
Each of Kate's first three CDs,
Lighting the Way Home: Stories of Lighthouses and Their Keepers,
People Who Made a Difference: Volume 1, and
Young People Who Made a Difference,
has won a national storytelling award.
Her fourth CD, Fighting For Our Rights - American Women Mid-20th Century, was released July, 2014.
Speaker Bureau Programs
How to tell a good story
- Capturing your audience's attention: use stories