As the youngest of 6 kids, I've always been a natural helper, peacemaker and problem-solver..always looking for ways to make others happy. This motivated me to join the wonderfully crazy world of marketing where there were plenty of opportunities to create order out of chaos. I quickly excelled, starting at the bottom and working my way up to Marketing Manager, General Manager, Agency Director and eventually a Chief Operating Officer of a marketing CUSO (credit union service organization).
It was in the nonprofit / not-for-profit space where I found others that shared my passion for service.
Those who know me and have worked with me say I have a knack for listening, seeing opportunities and empowering others to rise up and hone their passions. I’ve been called an “efficiency spaz”, “fixer”, “solutionist” or just ”the one to get it done” regardless of what it is. I'm basically a communications ninja and professional gap filler.
Over my 17+ year career, I'm well-versed in managing diverse teams, aligning internal and external communications, creating new revenue streams, reinventing brands, handling conflict management and challenging personalities, coaching, developing teams and reporting to a CEO and Board of Directors.
To unlock the potential of community organizations through strategic planning, marketing, enhacing culture and improving overall experience.
To give back by creating ways for community organizations to infuse growth and further support the communities they serve.
To empower those who serve the greater good.
Official Fancy-Pants Bio
Kat Anstine - Founder & Chief Growth Officer
Armed with a background in marketing, management, operations, implementation and coaching* with B2B, B2C, nonprofits and not-for-profits, Kat Anstine created Bound for Growth® to empower those that serve the greater good.
Kat has been blessed with a successful, 17+ year career as a Strategist, Marketing expert and Coach having led an amazing, talented, and award-winning teams.
Ready to grow?
Let’s chat. After our first conversation, I’ll start identifying and prioritizing how to shift your organization from good to great.