Katie is often invited to speak to Australian government organisations, private companies as well as community networking events to share her story of overcoming the challenges of Usher Syndrome and living a full life with endless possibilities.
When a speaking fee is offered, Katie dedicates a majority portion to Sport Access Foundation to help with fundraising.
On this occasion, Katie is a guest speaker at one of NFP Connect's monthly breakfasts, on Tuesday, February 14. NFP Connect exists to support those working for and with local not-for-profits, through education, networking and shared experiences, connect businesses with charities/not-for-profits for meaningful, strategic alliances and help to grow the local community.
Katie will discuss her journey to winning gold in Rio, ways to support your clients and workers to go for gold in work and life, plus you’ll learn more about the exciting opportunities presented by the Sport Access Foundation.
Starting at 7:00am and running until 8:45am, the venue for this event is Soul Cafe, which is located 2nd Floor, 49 Hunter Street Newcastle. Cost to attend is $35. For more information and to register, click below.
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