Kristin is a comedian, speaker, and author based in Atlanta. Her comedy career began in Los Angeles, where she moved upon graduating college at 20 years old. She studied improv and sketch comedy at the famed Groundlings School and Acme Comedy Theater. She also began writing and performing stand up comedy and honed her act at world-renowned clubs such as The Improv, The Comedy Store, and The Laugh Factory, as well as at churches, coffee shops, and colleges all over the country.
She wrote several years for Sisterhood Magazine (formerly Brio from Focus on the Family), a Christian publication for teen girls. (View sample articles HERE) She has written two books for teen girls: “The Smart Girl’s Guide to God, Guys, and the Galaxy” , which was released in April 2014, and the sequel “The Smart Girl’s Guide to Mean Girls, Manicures, and God’s Amazing Plan for Me” was released in July 2016.
Kristin continues performing comedy at venues all over the United States and Canada. She’s the perfect entertainment for women’s events, fundraisers, conferences, and more.
In addition to comedy, Kristin also speaks at various events all over the country. From camps to banquets, her dynamic and enthusiastic personality spills over into her talks and she brings a hilarious and powerful message about truth, purpose, culture, and identity to audiences of all backgrounds.
Kristin lives in Atlanta and enjoys hiking, reading, and eating Chipotle.