Director of Project Management
As the Director of Project Management at VisionPoint, Katie is the shepherd behind our clients’ budgets and projects. Along with the highly capable project management team, she keeps an eye on how your budget is being spent and tracks the progress of your project, making sure every step is aligned with the agreed-upon scope of work and your needs. Katie and her team are in constant communication with other VisionPoint teams to keep them on time and accountable to help keep clients’ projects moving forward.
“Project management is a balance of empathy, resilience, persistence, and analysis. My team and I all possess the characteristics to do whatever it takes to keep each project on track and achieve favorable outcomes for our clients.”
With several years of experience managing complex, integrated projects under her belt, Katie has successfully steered a multitude of projects to meet clients’ goals and objectives. Her portfolio also includes conducting process reviews and adaptations that have led to more efficient ways of operating, whether it’s in a company or team setting. Katie has held project management and operations roles for various agencies with offerings that run the marketing spectrum: brand development, content strategy, SEO, web development, app development, social media, 360-integrated marketing plans, communication strategy, and more.
She is always looking for ways to be more efficient and streamlined, whether it’s with your project, her team, or her department. You’ll find her managing your project and budget with an eagle eye for every detail, every step of the way. In fact, she once noticed that a printed marketing piece was off-center by 1/16 of an inch!
Katie is a graduate of the University of Kansas (Go Jayhawks!), with a B.S. in Business Administration and a concentration in Advertising. She was born and raised in Missouri but was a Chicago native for ten years. When she’s not at work, she enjoys spending time with her son and volunteering her time to play bingo with the elderly, sort clothes/toys for children, and lend help at her son’s school.
Kettle One martini, extra dry, up, with at least three olives
“The biggest communication problem is we do not listen to understand. We listen to reply.”
– Stephen R. Covey