is fired up about communication, leadership development, and working with leaders in the North Bay to help them carry out their missions. Each day Katelyn works with leaders – aspiring and established – to help them gain the tools, resources, and connections to build their confidence and elevate their impact. Throughout her career Katelyn has been involved in the nonprofit sector, including running her own program, Parent’s Night Out, from 2008-2011. While completing her M.A. at San Francisco State University, Katelyn focused on communities, civic engagement, and volunteer management. Her final project examined how nonprofits used social media as a mechanism for increasing community awareness, uniting diverse populations, and sustaining volunteer recruitment and retention.
Most recently, Katelyn published a manual on “Top Ten Tips” for nonprofits to effectively launch social media campaigns. Katelyn is passionate about teaching, and has taught Public Speaking and Communication Theory. Katelyn paints, goes hiking, and spends time with her family and friends. Katelyn is a life-long learner who is committed to enhancing her understanding of the world and the wonderful things in it. She lives with her husband in American Canyon.