Katie has been a keynote speaker and seminar leader for many organization and professional associations at the state, regional and
national level. She specializes in leadership development, team building, stress and healthy living.
Katie has written for several publications and is the author of a collection of essays on www.Ezinearticles.com. Katie has hosted 2 radio shows in the Seattle area and has been a guest on many different television and radio shows, speaking about habit change, “What NOT to buy a woman for Christmas” and stress reduction. She was been interviewed many times on grief and loss as well.
In 1987, Katie created The Living Lite Wellness Centers, Inc. At Living Lite, they help people lose weight in a healthy way, through classes. These classes are easily adaptable to the Corporate learning structure.
In 2012, Katie created the Wellness Fund to help charities raise money through her classes and lectures. Referrals are located at http://www.livinglitenow.com/fundraising-opportunities-from-living-lite.
Katie is a native of Spokane, WA and has lived in Seattle most of her life.
For over twenty years, Katie years, was a popular part-time instructor at South Seattle College, Edmonds College and Everett College.
Katie is the author of “Random Acts to Lighten Up: Easy Tools for Life” available at Amazon.com
Katie received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of Washington.
Liz is an avid golfer. She enjoys outdoor activities with her family and dachshund, Heidi.
What attendees say about Katie:
“Every great idea you shared was surpassed by the next great idea. After listening to you, I have been supercharged to implement the strategies that you suggested. You held my attention and left me begging for more! I have implemented some of your great ideas, such as optimizing my web page and SEO and other marketing gems. I am already starting to see great results!” Marc D.
“Katie is kind and funny–a great combination!” Shirley B.
“Thank you for having Katie Evans present to us. I laughed and learned so much.” Marilyn C.
“I took 7 strokes off my golf game–Yahoo!” Stan B.