Kathrine Peereboom

Tech entrepreneur empowering first responders and the disabled community, mother of 3 profoundly disabled children, and police trainer – let's chat!

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About Kathrine Peereboom

Kathrine Peereboom is a tech entrepreneur, CEO of a charity, and vulnerable persons advocate based in Gold Coast, Australia.

She is a mother to three profoundly disabled and autistic boys and her mission is to build a safe and inclusive world for them.

Through her charity, Spectrum Support, Kathrine has been providing free training and education to police officers since 2018 and was awarded both locally and internationally for her work.

She is also the founder of The GVDP, a technology company that provides first responders with real-time, in the field access to crucial information.

Kathrine has a wealth of experience and expertise in Health & Fitness (with a special focus in Mental Health), Technology (especially Emerging Technologies), Business (Startups, Non-profit and Teaching), Government, and Kids & Family (Parenting and Learning with Disabilities).

She is well-equipped with a studio-quality microphone and webcam and is available for both in-person and remote sessions.

Kathrine is a dynamic and knowledgeable speaker who is passionate about advocating for disabled people in Australia.

With her experience in start-up businesses, training first responders, special needs parenting, and more, she makes a great potential podcast guest who could bring a unique perspective to any discussion.