Kate Adamson knows that paralysis comes in different forms. For her, it was Locked-in Syndrome. For others, it could be a fear of taking a promotion or a new job in a different city. It could be a corporation resisting global change or hampered by government regulations.
Kate overcame total paralysis against million-to-one odds and now she helps others overcome challenges from disabilities or setbacks that keep them from moving. An author of the award-winning book Paralyzed but Not Powerless, Kate shares her story across the county and inspires both corporate and government audiences to effectively work with those with disabilities.
She explains how exceptional skills, like creative problem solving, people with disabilities develop are beneficial to the corporate and governmental world. Kate also motivates everyone to look at what is possible rather than what is called impossible. She returned to college to get her master’s degree and is using her education to help companies develop steps for overcoming obstacles.
Kate has been featured in national publications like Redbook and Keeping Well. She has also been interviewed on national and local television and radio shows including Larry King Live, The Bill O’Reilly Factor and all the major networks. She was featured on Lifetime’s “Speaking of Women’s Health.”