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Katie Bergmann is a professional coach, culture innovator, and change management consultant.

During 20 years’ experience as an executive serving both the for profit and not-for-profit sectors, Katie witnessed a gap between the well-intentioned strategies of organizations and the company’s ability to laser focus on execution of those strategies. Often there are talented people and robust strategic plans, but the company culture is not poised to support the innovation and change management essential to achieve success.  

Constantly seeking new ways to influence on a broader scale, she graduated from the Institute for Excellence in Professional Coaching (iPEC) and is now a Certified Professional Coach dedicated to helping organizations optimize their results by evolving and transforming their cultures and guiding individuals to thrive in a work environment that allows them to achieve their full potential. She is an action-oriented, results driven coach and a passionate advocate for the power of culture and people.

Katie is accomplished at working across multiple business disciplines from business development and sales/marketing to finance, human resources, operations and information technology. She has extensive experience with Executive Boards, Boards of Directors, strategic partnerships, and merger and acquisition integrations. 

Katie earned her MBA from Northern Kentucky University and a BS in Accounting from the University of Kentucky. She is a Certified Association Executive (CAE) and a graduate of the US Chamber Institute of Organizational Management (IOM). She is a trained workshop facilitator and certified to administer several assessment and 360 feedback instruments. She has delivered numerous conference presentations, extensive leadership training, and was an active member of her organization’s Speaker’s Bureau. 

Katie was named one of the 2017 Trending 40 - Top Association Innovators by DCA Live.


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