A co-founder at Evolution and former KMGH news anchor, Katie brings nearly 25 years of public relations and broadcast journalism experience to the team. Her media background has equipped her with a unique and strategic perspective that she applies to message development, achieving and managing media inquiries, spokesperson training and crisis management for companies or individuals.

Leading communications contracts for a wide range of clients, Katie has developed a unique niche working with public and private health providers, including Porter and Littleton Adventist Hospitals and public health campaigns on mental health and youth substance use/abuse with state and county agencies. Katie believes clear communication is an art and uses her creative and strategic messaging skills to help clients share their stories publicly and internally.

She was influential in developing the award winning “I Am A Smoke-Free Zone” media campaign with Denver Public Health, as well as targeted media plans during the high profile H1N1 influenza season and the award-winning “Immunize for Good” campaign for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Katie also shares her expertise as a board member for Rocky Mountain Youth Clinics (now Every Child Pediatrics), a non-profit medical clinic that ensures children get all the health care they need regardless of their ability to pay.

With her extensive on-camera and public speaking experience, Katie is an ideal spokesperson and a proficient media trainer. She coaches clients on best practices for conducting impactful and memorable media appearances, as well as how to work strategically with journalists to skillfully manage interviews and public exposure.

While a broadcaster in Detroit, Katie earned an Emmy Award for healthcare reporting from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Colorado at Boulder and holds two degrees, a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism and Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.