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  • Office: Draper Office
  • Hours: 1:00PM - 7:00PM
  • Years Of Experience: 40
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Katie loves working with children and adults and loves watching them grow and have success with the Brain Works program. Katie started out with Brain Works as a parent and facilitator with her two daughters.

Katie was so amazed at the results that she saw with her own family that she later began her brain coach career working for Brain Works.

In high school Katie was a Sterling Scholar nominee. She was runner up at the State Foreign Language Fair in Russian. Katie loved music, she learned to play piano and trumpet. Katie also enjoyed sports she played softball and basketball. Katie attended Brigham Young University and studied music (trumpet) and genealogy. Katie has a certificate in Relaxation Therapy. Katie plans to further her education in alternative care.

Katie also works as a Swedish Genealogy Researcher and teaches piano lessons. In her spare time she loves to spend time with her daughters and also loves hiking and being outdoors.

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