The only thing that will make you happy is being happy with who you are, and not who people think you are.

-Goldie Hawn

About Kortney

Hi Amazing You, 

Thanks for checking out my About Me page. Here is a little more about what I do. I am the President and Owner of Peagram Consulting and Bulldog Solution. It is one organization divided into corporate and school training programs. This innovative organization is set up as a social enterprise. For each corporate training conducted by Peagram Consulting, Bulldog Solution donates an anti-bullying program to an underprivileged school. I love this process. I have ran so many programs donated by Peagram Consulting and each time I get chills. It feels so good to give back and watch how much some of these schools shift from our work. 
My brain is super creative. I design and deliver customized programs and curriculums on so many  different topics: leadership, conflict management, bullying, diversity & inclusion, digital citizenship, emotional intelligence, empathy, and more. All of these programs and workshops are fun, interactive, and I use different activities to get people moving. 
I am a Professor at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCS). I teach executive business coaching, assessments, training, and career coaching. I love  to facilitate, present, speak, and train people. I strive on having people find their passion. 
In my free time, I love to read, blog, do yoga, and attempt to try boxing. Boxing is my “go to” workout, but I often get too busy and I can’t balance working out. I love working on myself and professional development, but I still love to chill with some wine, good food, and great friends. I am quirky, awkward, and oftentimes shy; however, give me a stage and I will take over the mic. As a mom, I loves spending time with family. I am also super passionate about sharing my professional experience and wisdom in my new and exciting podcast, The Working Mom: Life of a Bully Teacher.
My mission is to eradicate bullying through kindness, connection, and social boldness. Join me and start making a difference by trying one small act of kindness a day. 
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