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Creative Visionary Consultant, Public Speaker, and Military Family Advocate in the United States
My name is Kat Mahoney. I'm a Creative Visionary, Virtual Business & Events Consultant, Author/Speaker/Editor, and Veteran & Military Family Advocate. My goal is to help people "think out side the box" and do more positive creative thinking in both their personal and professional lives, as well as assisting military families with educational, mental, and transitioning needs.
Currently I own WeDiscoverGeeks, a geek events and digital business consulting company, and Madness & Misfits, a handcrafted Voodoo Abstract Monster Doll company. I am also the Executive Editor for Eccentric Quarterly, a magazine for geeks, hobbies, and games and an Author/Public Speaker for Military Families and Veterans.
For over 20 years I have been in the Digital Education and Electronic Entertainment industry. I attended Hawaii Pacific University for Computer Science where I assisted upcoming companies in developing a web presence while teaching business owners how to integrate technology and online marketing. I then moved onto video game beta testing and working with game developers on community and social media marketing, as well as testing new technology products. I have interviewed some prestegious world renowned tech professionals, game developers, and tested and reviewed video games and tech products.
Since 2008 I have also assisted military families overcoming adversity in mental health, career & life changes, and home organization. I have over 40 years in the military lifestyle and have exceptional people skills that have awarded me Military Spouse of the Year and Volunteer of the Quarter for Air Force Spouse Clubs and nationwide recognition with large scale companies such as Lockheed Martin and Microsoft.
I have written and published over 6 books, including “A Savvy Moms Guide to Parenting Generation Z”, “Forgotten Bloodlines”, and “Robby the C-130” a military children's deployment book series supported by Lockheed Martin.