Katie Kuperman is a passionate author, copywriter, entrepreneur and public speaker. Situated in Toronto, Canada, she lives with her family and is the Owner and Principal Writer of Striking Content Inc., a content writing and strategizing business. Giving her clients a personal approach that lets her dive in deep to any project, Katie stops at nothing to help people bring their stories to life by crafting words that resonate with audiences and create impact.
When she pens her own books, Katie writes with purpose and intent in order to make her readers feel, learn and do in their everyday lives. Currently focusing on big issues plaguing our youth and young adults, Katie’s books are written to make a difference. Addressing bullying and mental health, her authorship is complemented by her talks and presentations in schools and other settings. It is Katie’s hope and vision that through her work, she may touch lives and inspire change.
What is your idea of perfect happiness? Laughing and having fun in a beautiful setting with my family as we make memories to last a lifetime.
What is your most marked characteristic? Energetic.
What do you consider your greatest achievement? Doing all my own PR and getting featured in the media on several provincial and national outlets for my first book.
What is your greatest fear? Death. I don’t want to leave this life a minute too soon.
Which historical figure do you most identify with? Not much of a history buff.
Which living person do you most admire? Every woman who’s a driven powerhouse, making their dreams happen.
Who are your heroes in real life? My husband, my kids, my mom and my dad.
What is the trait you most deplore in yourself? FOMO (which sometimes turns into jealousy)!
What is the trait you most deplore in others? Being fake and dishonest.
What is your favorite journey? Authorship and motherhood (it really is both!)
What do you consider the most overrated virtue? Righteousness.
Which words or phrases do you most overuse? So. You know. Nice. That’s awesome.
What is your greatest regret? I’m sure I’ve got little mini ones but ever since I can remember, I promised myself to live a life that lets me try things, get in trouble, say how I feel, learn lots, love big, and follow my dreams. So far, it’s going well, so I’m happy to say I don’t have a huge standout regret. YET.
What is your current state of mind? Determined!