Christine Kennedy, M. ED


I grew up in a large Irish Catholic family. Every evening while gathered around the table my dad asked us, “What did you do today to be productive?”. This question never failed to get us talking and gave everyone the opportunity to inadvertently teach each other and share advice on how to overcome an obstacle. The determination and resilience in my parents’ daily efforts to live a life full of possibilities and productivity inspired me. They instilled in me the value of education as the lynchpin to create long-term stability and possibilities. I achieved success in my own academic career, earning my MEd, and my passion for learning and potential was born. Possibilities have always been at the forefront of my career no matter what I am doing.

Starting out, I worked in Organizational Development/HR for a large corporation. I then transferred to instructional development and design for the sales group of a pharmaceutical company.
In each path I took, I saw the endless opportunities and creative possibilities continuous learning and coaching holds. I have spent my career designing programs that translate complex concepts, turning them into a simple path for learning and then measuring the success of these programs I love my role as a facilitator in storytelling, showing our clients how to find a unique way of communicating as a path to success. In the process, not only do I get to impart my knowledge, but discover new possibilities each time I teach and share.

Favorite Things: 
When not working I like to exercise, cook, travel, entertain, and spend time with friends and family.

Favorite Quote: “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” The question I have for you at this point of our journey together is, “What is your genius?” –Albert Einstein

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