Hi! I’m Katrina
A TV and radio personality, entrepreneur, and true American-dream believer dedicated to helping leaders create and communicate a story that sells!
As an Emmy award-winning TV personality, I’m sharing everything I know about the media and how to tell a winning story about yourself and your company.
Businesses and non-profit organizations like Aflac, GE Healthcare, A.O. Smith, MGIC, and Salvation Army have booked me to boost their teams’ communication skills.
My mission in life is to grab your hand, jump over the river of fear, and connect you to a world who needs your voice, your gifts.
As an adjunct faculty member for University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center for Professional & Executive Development, my focus is crisis communications and media relations.
I’m also a wife, mother, Believer, and I wore headgear to high school. So don’t let the glamorous glow of TV’s bright lights fool you – everyone is approachable.
From Parkersburg, West Virginia to Portland, Oregon, I’ve loved the people I’ve met along the way. I settled down in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and, after more than 20 years on-camera here, I made a family and became a trusted part of this community.
The number one question people always asked me was, “How do I get on your show?”
It’s not hard if you know how to wrap up your story with a beautiful bow.
After seeing so many people pitch their story poorly, I had to jump in to help businesses, non-profits, and public relation specialists learn what the media really wants.
I wrote in all down in my new book, “On Air – Insider Secrets to Attract the Media and Get Free Publicity” where you learn my must H.A.V.E. formula to move your message.
Some people say I should have called it the “Earned Media Handbook”.
Now as a member of the National Speakers Association, my message has gone beyond attracting the media to also helping audiences understand the need to broadcast their personal brands.
C-Suite executives are hiring me to help write their presentations and improve their public-speaking performances.
Influence comes from strong communication skills.
I love sharing what I learned as an intern for the “Greatest Communicator” President Ronald Reagan and some other fun and lesson-packed tales of television.
My sessions are all designed to inspire and give you immediate action steps to make people WANT to listen to you.
I love communicating, listening, and engaging with audiences almost as much as I love my husband, my son and our two cats.
If you’ve read this far, I’m sure I would love you too. Let’s talk about ways we can work together. The world is waiting to fall in love with your story. You just have to know how to tell it.
All the best,