Kristy Card

Communication Consultant, Passionate, Inspiring

Kristy Card brings more than 20 years of communication skills training and consulting expertise to Power Presentations’ clients. She has coached and influenced senior executives and personnel at all levels in Fortune 100 and 500 organizations, educational institutions, municipalities, the United States military, non-profits, and small-to-medium-sized businesses and startups. Kristy’s “Why” is igniting the powerful presenter that resides within each of us to affect positive change in organizations globally.


Kristy’s rich history in communications, psychology, and in the fields of talent and organizational development has amplified her success as a go-to resource as a conference presenter, keynote speaker, trainer, and coach. Some of Kristy’s unique accolades include her selection as a presenter at multiple conferences, including a SHRM HR Conference, and an ATD Learning Summit. She served on diversity advisory boards for American Airlines/AMR Corporation and Intuit. She also served as teamwork judge for Princeton University’s hackathon.


A proud Texas Aggie and mother of three young women, Kristy loves camping and the great outdoors, and values travel to distant lands. She enjoys life’s simple pleasures, including quiet porch-time, spontaneous kitchen dance parties, and time by the firepit with her two sizable fur babies.

Q&A Session

Three words that describe me

Passionate, Creative, Inspiring

Career-defining moment

Early in my career, I encountered an extraordinarily resistant participant who demonstrated “shut down” in every sense. After implementing a number of engagement techniques I had learned, the person came up to me at the end with a completely different attitude. That was when I knew that encouraging others and building their confidence to create their best self is the work I’m meant to do. I still carry that passion today.

Something unique about me

You can often find me conversing with (and learning from) strangers…like really often. I’ve also been described as a combination of “Gilligan’s Island” and the Dalai Lama (of sorts).