About Katie Reginato Cascamo, M.A.
At Courageous Steps, we believe there is a better way to lead. We are part of a global framework of leadership scholar-practitioners who are focused on sharing how awareness can awaken a societal transformation. As we renew the hearts of our organizational leaders and staff through leadership development, we decrease the dysfunctions that destabilize our organizations. We strive to eliminate words like burnout, cynicism, and turnover.
Katie has spent over a decade investing in NICU, Maternal-Infant Health, and Healthcare organizations that serve patients and their families. As a NICU mother, she received world-class NICU care in 2009-2010. It activated a calling within her to use her lived experience, as well as her professional skillsets and doctoral research towards improving the systemic and societal challenges professionals who care for others face each day.
Learn more about Katie and how Courageous Steps helps organizations thoughtfully grow on their website.
Reginato Cascamo, K. (2019, October 11). Motivational Speech presented at Perinatal Mood Disorders: Components of Care, Postpartum Support International’s 2-day Certificate of Completion Program.
Reginato Cascamo, K. (2018, February 10). Examining the role of a servant-leadership paradigm within existing NICU initiatives. Poster Presentation presented at 1st Annual Congress for Trauma-informed Neuroprotective Care of the Hospitalized Newborn & Infant, Bruges, Belgium.
Reginato Cascamo, K. (2015, October 24). Addressing the needs of a diverse NICU population. Speech presented to 850 Neonatal Nurses at the National Association of Neonatal Nurses, Dallas, Texas.
Reginato Cascamo, K. (2015, October 21). Servant-leadership: Recognizing and revolutionizing your leadership paradigm. Seminar presented at Preemie Parent Alliance Summit, Dallas, Texas.
Reginato Cascamo, K. (2015, September 18). NICU Heroes. Speech presented at NICU Heroes Awards Event, Redding, CA.
Reginato Cascamo, K. (2015, September 9). NICU Heroes. Speech presented at NICU Heroes Awards Event, Bend, Oregon.
Reginato Cascamo, K. (2015). Family Centered Care Training. Speech presented at NICU Nurses: Family-Centered Care Training, San Luis Obispo, California.
Reginato Cascamo, K. (2014, July 1). NICU Grand Prize Giveaway. Speech presented at NICU Grand Prize Giveaway Event, San Luis Obispo, California.
Alternative Therapies for Special Needs
Family-Centered Care: Aspects That Were Missing
Family-Centered Care: How it Helped
Life after the NICU: Caring for a Special Needs Child
Life after the NICU: Managing Multiple Specialists
Life after the NICU: How I Was Prepared
Life after the NICU: How I Wasn’t Prepared
Life after the NICU: Transitioning to the School Years
Life after the NICU: Maximizing Your Early Intervention Experience
Organizational Development/Leadership Within a Non-Profit Organization
Positive Interaction With a Doctor
Positive Interaction With a Nurse
Positive Interaction With a Social Worker
Postpartum Mental Health Concerns: PPD, PTSD, or Other
Pursuing Education After a NICU Experience to Serve Prematurity
Re-Hospitalization After NICU Discharge: First Year Post Discharge
Servant-Leadership in the NICU
Developmental Care: How it Helped
Volunteer Development/Growing a Volunteer Program
Burnout and Depression
Servant-Leadership in Pediatrics & Healthcare
Employee Engagement & Human Resources