Ms. Morena was drawn to her calling of motivational leadership at an early age. People of all backgrounds and ethnicities find her far more than just inspiring. They are drawn to her honesty and clarity, and she is often described as uplifting, reassuring, personable, and nondenominationally spiritual.
At the age of 11, she began occasionally stumbling and falling down. Kate's mom took her to a specialist where she was later diagnosed with muscular dystrophy. The disease rapidly progressed to a point where by the age of 14, she was permanently wheelchair bound. Being confined to a wheelchair for life at such an early age would have caused many others to spiral into depression and give up.
Many expected this to happen, which drove her even harder to achieve more and to succeed in school and business all the while helping people along the way. She credits her positive, go-for-it attitude and her inner strength from watching her single mother raise three children alone, with two having special needs.
In 2000, Ms. Morena earned her bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University in both communications and geography. Her passion for helping the underprivileged led her to the helm of inner-city diversity programs and student ambassador seminars. She then achieved a Master of Fine Arts in film and social change from Sonoma State University.
Today, Kate Morena speaks for Fortune 500 companies, civic groups, and business owners on overcoming adversity, removing barriers to fear, and creating an environment of vision and leadership that is rooted in living a fearless life.
If you want a speaker who will deliver a powerful message of change, giving your group the tools to accomplish more in less time, move forward with power and clarity, and affect measurable change, then please book Kate Morena today.