Hi, I’m Kellie. I Love Learning and Bulldogs

This is me, and my other “ride or die, ” in Japan in 2015

Well, here we are. Here I am. Welcome.

It’s an interesting place to be when you are starting a new business. One puts their knowledge, skills, and abilities on display, leaving you a bit vulnerable. Vulnerability is something I am not a fan of. I hope those of you reading will become loyal followers of my journey into the world of Learning and Development consulting. At least, I hope you tune in for pictures of my dog, Momo.


I specialize in learning and development… and bulldogs. For those of you that don’t know me, my “ride or die” is an 8-year-old English Bulldog named Momo. She smells, loves the dirt, is stubborn, and is tons of fun. I encourage you to go and find one right away.


I love traveling. I say I will make my way back to Japan someday. I found a love for the country in 2015 when my other “ride or die” (aka the husband) made our first visit. There is an odd calmness to the culture, even in a big city like Tokyo that I miss. That, and a vending machine on every street corner. My dream is to one day expand the work that I do to Japan. I also love food and hot yoga, not particularly in that order. I like to call myself and “equal opportunity eater” as I will give most foods the “old college try.”


“To make a measurable difference in the way small businesses learn, lead others, and positively contribute to the people they serve.


I have a lot of passion for what I do and I work hard to do what is best for my clients. I strive to make a measurable difference for those I work with. I also want hope to learn from those that I have the pleasure of working with. I am a big believer in the concept that it takes a team to inspire change in an organization. I hope that I can help your team and together we can inspire change for your team or organization.


As you join me on this new journey, I look forward to hearing from you, sharing with you, and learning from you.


Please, love, bulldogs,
Kellie

The office “help” hard at work