Kathleen Wade

Kathleen Wade

Kathleen Wade has enjoyed a thirty-year teaching career, receiving the Ohio Teacher Achievement Award in 1995. She taught English, drama, journalism and writing on the high-school and college levels. She served for ten years as Writer, Teacher, Facilitator and Executive Director of Women Writing for (a) Change, a writing community for women, girls and men in Cincinnati. Most recently she served as Director of leadership-development programs for women religious and their associates.

Her poems and essays have appeared in many anthologies, and her full-length, non-fiction book, Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives, features the lives of lay people who are associates of religious communities. She was a member of a religious community of sisters for over a decade. She continues to consult with religious communities and lives with her husband in Cincinnati.

Her novel, PERFECTION, was published by Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Press in the Spring of 2018.
Kathleen Wade is a facilitator, presenter, consultant and teacher. She tries to balance these roles with her commitment as a practicing writer. Perhaps your group would benefit from reading PERFECTION, then unpacking the many facets within - whether that involves exploring aspects of spiritual life, leadership-development, memoir and fiction writing, or developing a plot and characters. Using PERFECTION as a stepping-off point for discussion, Kathleen would be glad to connect with you or your group.

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