More than ever before, your team needs to think about technology in a human-centric way. Our lives have changed from the covid-19 pandemic and they’re not going back to pre-pandemic “normal” any time soon — now what’s normal is a new level of virtual connectedness, and new expectations for frictionless experiences.
And you’d expect the author of Pixels and Place and Tech Humanist to offer not only virtual events, but an emphasis on connectivity, meaningful human experiences, and an optimistic view of the future. And that’s exactly what Kate does. Her signature events are virtual keynotes on Tech Humanism and her “optimistic futurist” view.
Named to the 2020 Thinkers50 Radar, she is a world-class thought leader, strategist, futurist, expert media commentator,
Kate has been offering virtual programs for many years for clients like USPS, Cognizant, and many others. She leads virtual presentations, facilitates virtual workshops, and offers online guidance on topics from overall strategy to human-centric digital transformation.
As a recurring commentator in broadcast media for her tech expertise, Kate knows how to be both credible and energetic on screen.
The Human Touch
Kate’s online presence is warm and engaging, even through the screen.
And she uses interactive engagement techniques specially adapted to virtual experiences to get everyone participating.
Her engaging, human style leaves audience expectations changed.
The Future’s So Bright…
Looking for a jolt of inspiration and big picture thinking? Kate “never stops smiling,” according to audience reviews, and can bring a ray of hope to even the most difficult topics. Her most-requested keynote of 2020 is Strategic Optimism for an Uncertain Future, which brings her signature upbeat style to understanding the future human impact of a wide range of emerging technology and business trends.