By Karin Calloway
Katie Wynn, 33, of Augusta, is an organizational effectiveness consultant who works with individuals and teams within organizations to help team members better understand themselves, each other and then determine ways to work together more effectively. “I love what I do,” she says. She and her husband, Rob, CFA, president of Wynn Capital, have three children ages 4, 3 and 9 months. She is a member of the Forest Hills Garden Club and Forest Hills Safe Kids Initiative, teaches Sunday School at Church of the Good Shepherd, is head coach for Girls on the Run and serves on the board of Dance Augusta.
Dream job: Broadway star.
First job: Company member with the Augusta Ballet.
Quality she admires the most: Kindness.
Favorite food: Any hot meal prepared by someone else that I didn’t have to cook!
Dream vacation: African safari.
Favorite place to take the kids: Pendleton King Park.
Super power she’d like to have: I’d like to be Elastigirl!
Life lesson: Lately I keep hearing my mom’s words—If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well.
Might surprise you about Katie: I’m so unorganized.
Best thing about being a mom: Watching my children’s personalities develop independent of any ways I’ve tried to shape them. I love watching them become their own persons.
Hardest part of being a mom: Getting everyone dressed and out the door.
Favorite indulgence: Binge reading a good book.
This article appears in the December – January 2016 issue of Augusta Family Magazine.
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