blocks_image
Hazelton Communications, Building Bridges, Reaching Goals
blocks_image
blocks_image
blocks_image
blocks_image
blocks_image
blocks_image
blocks_image
blocks_image
blocks_image
She founded Hazelton Communications after twenty-two years at McKinsey & Company, where she advised management consultants on the development of clear and persuasive reports and presentations to clients. Today, Kathy leverages her experience with world-class consultants and Fortune 500 companies to provide a wide range of communications services to large corporations, small businesses, non-profits, and individuals.

Kathy is a trainer who delivers workshops on logic and structure in writing, presentation and facilitation skills, and interpersonal communications. She is certified to interpret the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and has helped groups and individuals use this tool to understand personality preferences and work more effectively together.

A skilled writer and editor, Kathy is also known as an excellent communication coach, thanks to her ability to challenge a client’s work in a respectful and appreciative way. She is also an experienced facilitator who has helped organizations define goals and design productive paths to achieve them, by helping stakeholders with differing interests find common ground.

Kathy holds a bachelor’s degree in French and English from Ursuline College in Cleveland, Ohio, and a master’s degree in French from Fordham University, Bronx, New York. Her knowledge of French and Spanish and her experience in training and facilitating diverse groups in the United States and abroad make her a good choice for international and cross-cultural projects.

Kathy’s clients have included manufacturing firms, retailers, consulting and other professional services firms, social services agencies, educational institutions and religious organizations. She is eager to serve your organization.
Kathy Hazelton, Hazelton Communications
Kathy Hazelton is a consultant who helps individuals and organizations unleash the power of communication to achieve their goals.
blocks_image
Kathy Hazelton Profile