Katy Smith has spent a career engaging communities in transformative conversations. She is a keynote speaker, an educator, a trainer, and a valued resource for parents and educators. Katy is the 2011 Minnesota Teacher of the Year, the first early childhood teacher in Minnesota, and the first parent educator nationally, to be honored with the award.
For over thirty years, Katy Smith has worked side by side with parents, families, educators, and businesses helping to connect people and build stronger, more vital communities. Katy has a BSW and a Parent Education license from Winona State University, a master’s degree in Education from University of Wisconsin–LaCrosse, and a master’s degree in Early Childhood Public Policy and Advocacy from Walden University. Her work takes her to all sorts of places, schools, community groups, churches, businesses, conventions, and conferences. She believes that people learn best when they are engaged in a powerful story that challenges their thought process and touches their emotions.
*Please note that due to limited space, registration for this luncheon is currently being offered for members only.*
|Event Date||November 3, 2018 11:00 am|
|Event End Date||November 3, 2018 2:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||October 7, 2018|
|Cut off date||October 29, 2018|