Katie Kilty, Ed.D.
As an Executive Consultant for Courageous Leadership, Katie Kilty, Ed.D. works with individuals and organizations in the organized sport and corporate spaces. She is also an Associate Professor of Sport Management at Endicott College and Adjunct Faculty in Physical Education, Health and Coaching at Boston University.
Katie holds a doctoral degree in Counseling and Developmental Studies with a specialty in Performance Psychology from Boston University and has devoted more than 20 years to developing, implementing and researching experiential curricula designed to stimulate sustained behavioral change. Focusing on all human dimensions affecting performance, she motivates clients to understand and overcome mental blocks and barriers to success.
She also works in partnership with Sport Performance Management and Inspire Corps, and sits on the board of Moementum, and has worked with several Olympic teams in the United States and internationally. She’s published a number of articles and a book titled Creating Healthy Habits: An Adventure Guide to Teaching Health and Wellness. Her work with multicultural awareness was featured on The Teen Files: The Truth About Hate. Katie was an invited speaker at the United Nation’s International Year of Sport and Physical Education conference on Effecting Social Change Through Women’s Leadership in Sport. She has also consulted, facilitated and presented in private, public and nonprofit environments throughout the United States, Australia, Japan and Europe, serves on several professional committees, and is an active volunteer.