Press Kit for Kat Kennan
Kat Kennan is the Founder and CEO of Radical Customer Experience™️, a groundbreaking consulting firm that encourages brands to establish genuine connections with their customers by embracing strengths-based, trauma-informed, and inclusive marketing services. With a passion for empowering individuals and driving positive change, her mission is to help brands speak up, speak out, and foster diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in their customer interactions. As a certified trauma-informed professional, Kat brings a crucial perspective to her work, infusing every aspect of her business ventures with a deep understanding of the human experience.
Kat’s journey to success is rooted in years of marketing leadership for companies and organizing all shapes, sizes, and industry sectors. Moreover, her personal experiences with complex PTS(D) have made her a passionate advocate for all trauma survivors, leading her to establish the advocacy organization, Stand Up to Trauma. Through this organization, she enables others to heal and thrive beyond their traumatic experiences. Kat’s unwavering commitment to creating a more inclusive and empathic world have earned her recognition and respect within the marketing and trauma-informed community. She is leading the charge in revolutionizing the way businesses interact with their customers, leaving a profound impact on the industry and society as a whole.
A neurodiverse trauma survivor and advocate
Founder of Stand Up to Trauma – a PTS/C-PTS advocacy organization
Sought-after public speaker, speaking at events such as: SXSW, Serial Marketers Salon, I Heart Marketing, Vision Zero Cities, RAINN, and many others
A foreign crime procedural enthusiast with a talent for sourdough baking
Wealth Insider: Radical Customer Experience: The New Age Of Strength-Based Marketing & Trauma-Informed Approaches
Ask Me About:
How has your personal journey and experiences influenced your approach to trauma-informed marketing, and how does this perspective benefit both your clients and their customers?
As a certified trauma-informed professional, how do you navigate the delicate balance between marketing strategies and the potential triggers that certain content may pose for trauma survivors?
What is your vision for the future of trauma-informed marketing strategies within the marketing industry?