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Meet Katie LeClerc Greer

Katie_preferredFor over 7 years, Katie LeClerc Greer has provided Internet/technology safety training to schools, law enforcement agencies, national conferences, and community organizations throughout the country. Her unique educational and professional background has resulted in dynamic programs that appeal to all age groups..

Learn More About Katie...

Katie is featured on Fox25 News Boston discussing the latest Facebook policy changes, impacting all users under 18.

 

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More Katie Videos & Educational Programs

Katie is featured on Al Jazeera America discussing a California school's controversial decision to monitor all students' social networking activities.

Katie Greer travels the country speaking to audiences of all ages about Internet/digital safety, and has had a tremendous impact.

See Katie discuss a lot of hot button issues surrounding Internet/digital safety, including parental monitoring, cyberbullying, apps, and more.

Katie was recently interviewed by CBS Dallas/Ft. Worth, and discusses what parents need to know when it comes to their kids and social media.

  • Educational Programs

    How do we keep our kids safe in this technology driven world? The first step is education. KL Greer Consulting provides customized, up to date and engaging presentations for everyone from Kindergarten classes to Law Enforcement Professionals. Read More
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Latest news

  • Katie to Present at National PTA Convention in Austin!

    Katie has been selected to present at the National PTA Annual Convention in Austin, Texas in June! She will be presenting on Saturday, June 21, 2014 at 9:45AM. More details to follow!

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Praise for Katie

LeClerc, 27, stood before the 450-member student body and declared she would not tolerate poor behavior. Though small in stature, LeClerc had a larger than life presence in front of the auditorium and was able to capture the students' attention immediately. -The Journal Register