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...a ladies perspective on men

Kathy, being a Woman, offers a very unique perspective to Men’s Groups. It is amazing how her experiences can transcend gender, and are applicable to both women and men, young and old. Kathy’s stories help her audience to better understand themselves, respect themselves, and respect others. She will inspire laughter, break down barriers, and empower change.  Kathy’s topic for men’s groups include, but are not limited to:

  • Appreciation
  • Ask”How do I make this better?”
  • Bring forth the best of you
  • Courage to keep a positive attitude and strengthen individuality
  • Respecting Yourself, and Others
  • Leadership
  • Gratitude
  • Communicating, listening, and making your words your best friends
  • Laugh with yourself
  • Making your words your best friend
  • Motivation creates a balanced life through communication
  • Never ask yourself, “Why?”
  • Overcoming obstacles
  • Reinventing yourself
  • Self-esteem, self-awareness, self-growth
  • Stripping your labels


“I want to extend my appreciation to you for your contribution in making our NAFIC convention such a success. I was unnecessarily concerned about the success of the convention. To be honest the entire convention exceeded my expectation, and your presentation made it happen. Thank you. Fraternally Yours, Bill Klein”
Bill Klein, CLU,CHFC, FIC, Catholic Knights



“"It was such a joy and privilege to meet you. Thank you for coming to our Convention and for being you. You made me laugh and cry all within a few minutes. You were warm and genuine. You're the kind of person I want to hang out with all day long. Thank you for your time and your openness. Your keynote speech at our 2015 CAPED Convention was bold, inspiring, and of course wildly entertaining. Kathy, you fearlessly addressed and joked about sensitive topics faced by people with disabilities without ever veering from your central tenet of looking at the heart of all people, not their outer appearance. Present throughout all of your humor and somewhat irreverent wit is an invitation to question accepted social norms, and remember that all people are created equal."”
~ Denise Simpson, M. Ed., Director, Disability Support Services, President, CAPED School of Continuing Education