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Kathryn Goetzke is the entrepreneur, philanthropist, strategic consultant and global depression survivor and advocate. She is the entrepreneur and innovator behind Mood-lites™, a brand that achieved over 35 million dollars in retail sales, was the first to do a nationwide cause marketing campaign for mental health. Kathryn is a pioneer in social impact entrepreneurism, baking it into her company philosophy in 2004 and raising over a million for charities.
As her role as Chief Mood Officer at The Mood Factory, her goal is to share her knowledge, and those of her experts, to create consumer products focused on sensory engagement that ‘Improve Moods’ globally. Armed with an MBA in International Marketing, an undergraduate degree in Psychology, and over 20 years of experience with small and Fortune 100 companies, she aims to make a positive impact on happiness, health and hope. Kathryn and/or her products have appeared on BBC, The Today Show, CBS Chicago, The United Nations, and in newspapers and publications around the world. Her Hopeful Minds curriculum, previously Schools for Hope, has been featured globally as an innovation in prevention. Read full bio.