Jessika Satori is a multi-dimensional visionary, strategic thinker and is committed to bring people together to produce exceptional work. She has integrated her experiences as a speaker, film director and producer, community participant, writer and world traveler to consult with companies and coach individuals for world service.
Dr. Satori is a dynamic speaker and consultant who has presented on the topics of leadership, creativity, human relationship and workplace trends. She has spoken to the Creative Clusters Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, the Festival of Thinkers, and the Iacocca Global Village on the Move both in the US and in the United Arab Emirates.
She has served as a professor, trainer and consultant in the United States, South Korea, Russia, the Middle East, and Madagascar. She has taught in the areas of business management, human relations, business communications, marketing, entrepreneurship and professional development at colleges and in corporations.
Dr. Satori's education background includes a Doctorate in Educational Leadership with an Emphasis in Business DECISION MAKING; and an MBA in Entrepreneurship; and a Master's in Theological Studies. Her bachelor's degree is in Apparel Design with a focus on art history. Her work experience, in addition to consulting, in the areas of film production, high tech, government, and manufacturing.
Honors she has been awarded include: The Boeing Faculty Fellowship, The Alden B. Dow Creativity Fellowship, The State of Washington Governor's Executive Fellowship, and Northwood University's Artist-in-Residence Program and six film awards.
Jessika is an involved community member and has served on the King County Solid Waste Citizens Advisory committee and the recycling/waste reduction subcommittee. She has been a Juror for the King County 1% for Art. At Harborview Medical Center, a Level One Trauma center in Seattle, she volunteered in the Emergency Room and the intensive care units and co-created "The Poetry Project".
Jessika is a life-long adventurer and has traveled to all 50 US States and 7 continents. She has traveled to more than 50 countries and is especially fond of island destinations. Her island list so far includes Bali, New Zealand, Hawaii, Crete, Hokkaido, Chejju, Santorini Iceland and Iona. She's also made it a point to go to Easter Island for Easter, Christmas Island for Christmas, Ascension Island for Ascension and Pentecost Island for Pentecost.