Kathryn has a wealth of leadership experience in ministry, tertiary education, and corporate contexts. As well as a Professional Supervisor, she is a seasoned executive coach, business mentor and ADHD coach. Her vision is to enable leaders to be released into their true, God-given potential and passions. When you meet with Kathryn, you will experience a great amount of empathy and understanding, but also be challenged by her deep, reflective questions that can change your whole perspective on your situation so that you go away empowered, refreshed and re-energised for your ministry. If/when appropriate, she also involves prayer and spiritual insight into the sessions. You cannot come away from a session with Kathryn without moving towards both personal growth and Kingdom impact.
Kathryn is registered with the Australasian Association of Supervisors (AAOS) and Chaplaincy Australia.
Location & Cost
Kathryn is based in Kiama, NSW, and is available via zoom or face-to-face. Sessions may be inside or outside, with or without coffee, or while walking. She is also willing to travel (by negotiation). Her fee is $150 per session with discounts available if unable to pay that amount. She prefers a commitment of at least 3 sessions.
2022 – Graduate Certificate Professional Supervision (Pastoral) – St. Mark’s Theological College, Canberra
2012 – Diploma, Business & Workplace Coaching – Open Door Coaching, Melbourne
2012 – Diploma, Management – Ki Solutions, Sydney
2009 – Masters, Business Administration (partial) – National University, California
2002 – Masters, Education (Adult Education) – University of Technology, Sydney
1997 – Graduate Diploma, Bible & Missions – Sydney Missionary & Bible College
Kathryn’s expertise is in Leadership Strategy within organisations. She has worked in a number of organisations managing teams in Learning and Organisational Development, and overseeing RTO compliance. She is also a serial small business starter, now onto her 3rd successful small business. Prior to this, she was a Speech Pathology Clinical Educator, and Anglican Youthworks Advisor. She has experience in most ministry roles including preaching, teaching, children’s ministry, pastoral care and aged-care chaplaincy.
Kathryn loves bushwalking, body-surfing and sipping coffee while looking out at the river talking to God.