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Public Speaking - Kate Moynihan

Kate Moynihan
Painter of Birch, Believer in Life
Schedule Kate for your next event. 
Headline #1:  Branch Out Beyond Your Own Boundaries
By-line: Be inspired by an artist’s personal story.
Headline #2: Bend like a Birch and Become Strong 
By-line: The beauty of the craggy birch bark is filled with imperfections reminding us we are the same.

Although I paint birch in a loose style, including hues of radiant reds to soothing blue, the strong, vibrant tree symbolizes rebirth for me.

Sadly, in my youth, I resorted to the old method of escape to endure a difficult situation. Things ended in disastrous consequences. Alone, I faced an uphill struggle to regain my self-esteem.

From experience, I know the challenges of daily life can drain your spirit and soul. By sharing my personal journey, I challenge you and motivate you to peel away the layers, bend beyond your boundaries, and grow to new heights.

I would love to reach out and share my experiences with your group.

 20-30 minute presentations.

Available for questions and answers, book signings.

More about me: As a wife, mother, and then art gallery owner for twenty-five years, I find it easy to engage a crowd, not just by swinging a paintbrush, but with conversations that offer compassion and relatability. I use experiences from my previous nursing career as well as my artistic, motherly life.

Supporting this uplifting story is my memoir:
A Lone Birch, My Artistic Journey         
Kate can cater her talk to your group's needs from women's groups, artists, art enthusiasts, book clubs, high school and college students.
                                           

I have also written three junior fiction novels inspired from real-life adventures with my young sons.

Speaking at elementary schools has been one of the most rewarding of all experiences. 

TESTIMONIAL: “Kate Moynihan engages an audience and keeps them wanting more. She’s skilled in speaking to the level of her listeners and can adapt to the pulse of the room. Audience participation had parents captivated and kids giggling.”                   
Rachael Brown, Principal, Pinewood Elementary, Jenison, Michigan. 
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