Speaking is an Art. And one you can master.


With Valerie Kittel's in-person and virtual coaching, you can gain confidence, poise, and polish for professional speaking and presenting.


Why Choose Valerie

Learn How to Communicate Powerfully and Effectively

About Valerie

Valerie is a theatre-trained communicator and public speaking coach based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Drawing from 35+ years professional experience in theatre she combines presentation delivery techniques, psychology, and the latest communication research to help professionals develop a strong and influential speaking style.

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What My Happy Clients Say

"I am deeply appreciative of your time and expertise. You are a talented coach. I have a lot of work to do and your assistance and advice and example will impact the care of countless patients if I do it right and as instructed! Thank you!"

- Medical Director, Professionalism and Peer Support at Intermountain Health Care

"Thank you so much for helping me do this successfully. All of our practice and your coaching helped me feel much more confident than I would have been. FYI: the live venue was small but with a large virtual audience. After the conference, my boss told me that she's going to have me present at every event. I don't know how serious she was, but I don't think she was completely joking. During our staff meeting a week later, our company president called me out and said my presentation was one of the highlights of the event."

- Digital Marketing Manager, Perfectly Posh

"Valerie is a true professional. Her workshops and individual coaching helped each member of our leadership team wow the crowd at our annual user conference. Valerie put our executives at ease and helped them sharpen skills to truly connect with large audiences from the main stage. Her clear, principled instruction, along with meaningful practice sessions, made a significant improvement in the quality of our presentations."

- VP Marketing, Workfront/Adobe

"I am so happy to have been able to do something so out of my comfort zone, officiate a wedding, and to feel like I did it well. The experience was a lesson for me in how much practicing and preparation can pay off. The compliments I received from the guests were a little over the top--that it was the best officiating at a wedding they'd seen, that I should be a contributor to NPR, that they wished I was the inner voice narrating their life, etc. I really can’t thank you enough."

- CFO, United Way



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