Hey, I’m Kathryn.

I’m a digital marketer, careers coach and all-round internet person. I started blogging on Tumblr back in 2012 and have since worked on projects with the Department for Education and a supermarket chain that rhymes with “al fresco”.

About

I believe the world is full of opportunity, just waiting for you to claim it. The 9 to 5, climbing the corporate ladder – it’s all optional. Take it or leave it. That’s why I spend my days helping talented people find their dream career, whether that’s launching a small biz or making their mark at a big corporate.

Meet Kathryn

As a classic youngest sibling, I’ve always done things a little differently. I’ve made some bold moves – moving 2000 miles away from home aged 16, turning down an offer to study philosophy at the University of Birmingham in favour of a digital marketing apprenticeship and quitting my agency job in the middle of a global pandemic.

I say bold rather than reckless because these decsions were strategic. I worked out what I really wanted, manifested the sh*t out of it and worked my butt off. I can help you do that too.

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