About Kirsten

Chaos Slayer - Results Getter - Behavior Analyzer  
Rule Breaker - Innovator - Learning Addict

Clarity and Simplicity. Two of Kirsten's favorite things. They're are also pretty badass tools to get BIG results for her clients.

A Seattle transplant from Idaho, Kirsten's myopic focus is on getting results and helping businesses grow.

Kirsten's speciality is in psychological marketing. She helps you get inside your customers’ heads to figure out what makes them tick. Using those ninja insights, she walks you through a process using a unique blend of tools and approaches to work with you to craft your messaging and entire brand experience to help you get more of the customers you want, and fewer of the customers you don’t want. 

Educational Background & Track Record

Her unique psychological approach educational background focused on business, marketing, and finance with an emphasis in business infrastructure necessary for explosive growth. 

In addition to ghostwriting a WSJ bestselling book, Kirsten has a solid track record of helping her clients and achieve their business goals. She's helped a specialty retailer client increase sales more than 4.5x in one year (an increase of $500k in revenue). Kirsten helped another client who thought he'd capped out in his annual revenue and saturated his local market sign $2 million more in contracts in one year than he'd signed in over 20 years of business by helping him devise a marketing strategy to extend his local reach to tap into a global market hungry for what he sells.

As a marketing consultant, project manager, copywriter and ghostwriter–Kirsten is a bit of a random fact receptacle and loves applying what she calls the Henry Ford Principle, applying processes and concepts from one field to another seemingly unrelated area to make it easier to accomplish more.

For Kirsten, it’s all about what makes things tick—both people and businesses—that gives her a nerdy delight as she helps clients clarify objectives and create a solid plan of action to achieve and sustain business growth.

When she doesn’t have her nose in a book, spreadsheet or mindmap, Kirsten enjoys being a servant to a handsome orange tabby, Elvis the Cat and exploring the offensively beautiful PNW with her two sons.