About the Author, Kathleen Boucher


My name is Kathleen Boucher. I’ve been a  registered nurse since I was nineteen years old. I live in Ontario, Canada. I love people, especially kids since I get to actively help them realize that there is ‘greatness’ in each one of them. When I was four years old I developed polio, which has led to me walk with a limp. I learned early in my life that a person’s inner strength is always much stronger that what may happen to them in the ‘outside’ world. With two grown children and a husband, who makes me laugh, I am blessed in so many ways.

My goal has always been to do something that brought value to the entire world. It is my hope and intention that my recently published book- Nine Ways to Empower Tweens #LifeSkills brings out the best in tweens, parents and teachers. John F, Kennedy had the right idea when he said “Children are the World’s most valuable resource and its best hope for the future.” Let us empower our kids to help them find their purpose and live their lives authentically doing something they love. Let us teach them early that they can do, be, or have anything they desire. The sky is the limit!

All the best,
Kathleen Boucher