About KL Moore

What does a T-square, compass and protractor have to do with gravitas, presence and personal brand?

​KL Moore, MBA
From Steel Toes to Stilettos

KL Moore, MBA
From Steel Toes to Stilettos
KL Moore

​My name is KL Moore. People refer to me by my initials, simply K.L. I’m a speaker, Personal Development Coach and Executive Image Consultant. I’m also the author of the forthcoming book and newly created podcast program, ‘The Stiletto Code’.

I am passionate about helping women who work in male-dominated environments master the things we often overlook and few people will ever tell you – the unwritten rules about what to say (or not to say), how we say it and how we physically show up in the room as women.

​KL Moore knows a thing or two about working in male-dominated environments and the constant struggle to stand out in meaningful ways.

KL Moore knows a thing or two about working in male-dominated environments and the constant struggle to stand out in meaningful ways.
My name is KL Moore. People refer to me by my initials, simply K.L. I’m a speaker, Personal Development Coach and Executive Image Consultant. I’m also the author of the forthcoming book and newly created podcast program, ‘The Stiletto Code’.
I am passionate about helping women who work in male-dominated environments master the things we often overlook and few people will ever tell you – the unwritten rules about what to say (or not to say), how we say it and how we physically show up in the room as women

​The Science Behind the Transition

As a former electrical engineer, prior boutique owner turned image consultant, I’ve worn a lot of hats.

Executive Image Consulting
Professional Speaking with KL Moore

If you’re wondering how a left-brain electrical engineer transitioned to a right brain image consultant and speaker, you’re not alone. It really does make sense … well sorta.

If you’re wondering how a left-brain electrical engineer transitioned to a right brain image consultant and speaker, you’re not alone. It really does make sense … well sorta.
The Science Behind the Transition
KL Moore knows a thing or two about working in male-dominated environments and the constant struggle to stand out in meaningful ways.
My name is KL Moore. People refer to me by my initials, simply K.L. I’m a speaker, Personal Development Coach and Executive Image Consultant. I’m also the author of the forthcoming book and newly created podcast program, ‘The Stiletto Code’.
I am passionate about helping women who work in male-dominated environments master the things we often overlook and few people will ever tell you – the unwritten rules about what to say (or not to say), how we say it and how we physically show up in the room as women
If you’re wondering how a left-brain electrical engineer transitioned to a right brain image consultant and speaker, you’re not alone. It really does make sense … well sorta.
The Science Behind the Transition
KL Moore knows a thing or two about working in male-dominated environments and the constant struggle to stand out in meaningful ways.
My name is KL Moore. People refer to me by my initials, simply K.L. I’m a speaker, Personal Development Coach and Executive Image Consultant. I’m also the author of the forthcoming book and newly created podcast program, ‘The Stiletto Code’.
I am passionate about helping women who work in male-dominated environments master the things we often overlook and few people will ever tell you – the unwritten rules about what to say (or not to say), how we say it and how we physically show up in the room as women
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    I’m intrigued by the art of creating style, not fashion. It’s a natural knack for me. My first entrepreneurial endeavor, I opened a boutique for women.
    I’m intrigued by the art of creating style, not fashion. It’s a natural knack for me. My first entrepreneurial endeavor, I opened a boutique for women.
    The subtle differences that make one person EXCEL and another struggle to have her contributions recognized,
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    ​​I started my career as an engineer at a manufacturing plant, worked mainly with men, climbed scaffolds and wore steel toe shoes, a hard hat and safety glasses to work. Being small in stature, I had to master using certain physical attributes (i.e. presence, body language, attire, voice and speech) to garner respect.
    I started my career as an engineer at a manufacturing plant, worked mainly with men, climbed scaffolds and wore steel toe shoes, a hard hat and safety glasses to work. Being small in stature, I had to master using certain physical attributes (i.e. presence, body language, attire, voice and speech) to garner respect.
    Unspoken differences that make one woman an INFLUENTIAL and RESPECTED leader and another fight to be seen and heard,
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    ​​I’m a pragmatist. Period. If I don’t have a practical use for something or understand the why behind how it works, I’ll likely toss it.
    I’m a pragmatist. Period. If I don’t have a practical use for something or understand the why behind how it works, I’ll likely toss it.
    And finally, the slight image and personality nuances that make one professional walk into a conference room or sales pitch COMMANDING the ROOM, while another has to work smarter and harder just to achieve the same results.

​Put it all together and I now give women practical advice, real solutions, systems and processes to project confidence through the clothes they wear, the words they speak and how they move  (body language) their bodies.

Put it all together & I now give women practical advice, real solutions, systems and processes to project confidence through the clothes they wear, the words they speak and how they move  (body language) their bodies.
If you’re wondering how a left-brain electrical engineer transitioned to a right brain image consultant and speaker, you’re not alone. It really does make sense … well sorta.
The Science Behind the Transition
KL Moore knows a thing or two about working in male-dominated environments and the constant struggle to stand out in meaningful ways.
My name is KL Moore. People refer to me by my initials, simply K.L. I’m a speaker, Personal Development Coach and Executive Image Consultant. I’m also the author of the forthcoming book and newly created podcast program, ‘The Stiletto Code’.
I am passionate about helping women who work in male-dominated environments master the things we often overlook and few people will ever tell you – the unwritten rules about what to say (or not to say), how we say it and how we physically show up in the room as women
If you’re wondering how a left-brain electrical engineer transitioned to a right brain image consultant and speaker, you’re not alone. It really does make sense … well sorta.
The Science Behind the Transition
KL Moore knows a thing or two about working in male-dominated environments and the constant struggle to stand out in meaningful ways.
My name is KL Moore. People refer to me by my initials, simply K.L. I’m a speaker, Personal Development Coach and Executive Image Consultant. I’m also the author of the forthcoming book and newly created podcast program, ‘The Stiletto Code’.
I am passionate about helping women who work in male-dominated environments master the things we often overlook and few people will ever tell you – the unwritten rules about what to say (or not to say), how we say it and how we physically show up in the room as women

From Steel Toes to Stilettos

From Steel Toes to Stilettos

As an electrical engineer in the agricultural bio-technology industry, I learned to play the corporate game trial-by-fire. Guilty of falling short of common mistakes that women make in their careers, I was a self-professed worker-bee who failed to network, failed to speak up in meetings and avoided anything that had to do with presenting in front of a living object! Through self-discovery, professional development resources and mentors, I had a defining moment that prompted me to take control of my career.

I eventually left the manufacturing plant and went from steel toes to stilettos. I traded my tools (T-square, compass and protractor) for topics (gravitas, presence and personal brand) to empower women and the companies in which they work.

As an electrical engineer in the agricultural bio-technology industry, I learned to play the corporate game trial-by-fire. Guilty of falling short of common mistakes that women make in their careers, I was a self-professed worker-bee who failed to network, failed to speak up in meetings and avoided anything that had to do with presenting in front of a living object! Through self-discovery, professional development resources and mentors, I had a defining moment that prompted me to take control of my career.
I eventually left the manufacturing plant and went from steel toes to stilettos. I traded my tools (T-square, compass and protractor) for topics (gravitas, presence and personal brand) to empower women and the companies in which they work.
If you’re wondering how a left-brain electrical engineer transitioned to a right brain image consultant and speaker, you’re not alone. It really does make sense … well sorta.
The Science Behind the Transition
KL Moore knows a thing or two about working in male-dominated environments and the constant struggle to stand out in meaningful ways.
My name is KL Moore. People refer to me by my initials, simply K.L. I’m a speaker, Personal Development Coach and Executive Image Consultant. I’m also the author of the forthcoming book and newly created podcast program, ‘The Stiletto Code’.
I am passionate about helping women who work in male-dominated environments master the things we often overlook and few people will ever tell you – the unwritten rules about what to say (or not to say), how we say it and how we physically show up in the room as women
KL Moore
If you’re wondering how a left-brain electrical engineer transitioned to a right brain image consultant and speaker, you’re not alone. It really does make sense … well sorta.
The Science Behind the Transition
KL Moore knows a thing or two about working in male-dominated environments and the constant struggle to stand out in meaningful ways.
My name is KL Moore. People refer to me by my initials, simply K.L. I’m a speaker, Personal Development Coach and Executive Image Consultant. I’m also the author of the forthcoming book and newly created podcast program, ‘The Stiletto Code’.
I am passionate about helping women who work in male-dominated environments master the things we often overlook and few people will ever tell you – the unwritten rules about what to say (or not to say), how we say it and how we physically show up in the room as women

​3 ‘Pillars of Being’

3 ‘Pillars of Being’
From Steel Toes to Stilettos

Live life on purpose. Discover your God-given purpose in life. It’s what will keep you going in the midst of a storm.

Women, take control of your career. Don’t just wait on your next job to appear. Go find it!

Hard work, business acumen and textbook knowledge alone are not enough. Find out what you don’t know and learn it, quickly!

Live life on purpose. Discover your God-given purpose in life. It’s what will keep you going in the midst of a storm.
Women, take control of your career. Don’t just wait on your next job to appear. Go find it!
Hard work, business acumen and textbook knowledge alone are not enough. Find out what you don’t know and learn it, quickly!
As an electrical engineer in the agricultural bio-technology industry, I learned to play the corporate game trial-by-fire. Guilty of falling short of common mistakes that women make in their careers, I was a self-professed worker-bee who failed to network, failed to speak up in meetings and avoided anything that had to do with presenting in front of a living object! Through self-discovery, professional development resources and mentors, I had a defining moment that prompted me to take control of my career.
I eventually left the manufacturing plant and went from steel toes to stilettos. I traded my tools (T-square, compass and protractor) for topics (gravitas, presence and personal brand) to empower women and the companies in which they work.

This is the KL Difference.

This is the KL Difference.
If you’re wondering how a left-brain electrical engineer transitioned to a right brain image consultant and speaker, you’re not alone. It really does make sense … well sorta.
The Science Behind the Transition
KL Moore knows a thing or two about working in male-dominated environments and the constant struggle to stand out in meaningful ways.
My name is KL Moore. People refer to me by my initials, simply K.L. I’m a speaker, Personal Development Coach and Executive Image Consultant. I’m also the author of the forthcoming book and newly created podcast program, ‘The Stiletto Code’.
I am passionate about helping women who work in male-dominated environments master the things we often overlook and few people will ever tell you – the unwritten rules about what to say (or not to say), how we say it and how we physically show up in the room as women
If you’re wondering how a left-brain electrical engineer transitioned to a right brain image consultant and speaker, you’re not alone. It really does make sense … well sorta.
The Science Behind the Transition
KL Moore knows a thing or two about working in male-dominated environments and the constant struggle to stand out in meaningful ways.
My name is KL Moore. People refer to me by my initials, simply K.L. I’m a speaker, Personal Development Coach and Executive Image Consultant. I’m also the author of the forthcoming book and newly created podcast program, ‘The Stiletto Code’.
I am passionate about helping women who work in male-dominated environments master the things we often overlook and few people will ever tell you – the unwritten rules about what to say (or not to say), how we say it and how we physically show up in the room as women

​In Case You Need My Credentials

In Case You Need My Credentials
From Steel Toes to Stilettos

​I’m professionally trained in custom color analysis by one of thirteen worldwide Color Image Masters and studied Image Management at the International Image Institute in Canada. I’ve taught leadership readiness, executive presence and assertive communication skills for women throughout the United States. As a former trainer for two of the largest US-based training companies, I consistently ranked as a top performer and an audience favorite. Often referred to as “The Confidence Coach”, I’m known for giving practical advice, tools & techniques that clients can use immediately in the workplace.

I’m professionally trained in custom color analysis by one of thirteen worldwide Color Image Masters and studied Image Management at the International Image Institute in Canada. I’ve taught leadership readiness, executive presence and assertive communication skills for women throughout the United States. As a former trainer for two of the largest US-based training companies, I consistently ranked as a top performer and an audience favorite. Often referred to as “The Confidence Coach”, I’m known for giving practical advice, tools & techniques that clients can use immediately in the workplace.
As an electrical engineer in the agricultural bio-technology industry, I learned to play the corporate game trial-by-fire. Guilty of falling short of common mistakes that women make in their careers, I was a self-professed worker-bee who failed to network, failed to speak up in meetings and avoided anything that had to do with presenting in front of a living object! Through self-discovery, professional development resources and mentors, I had a defining moment that prompted me to take control of my career.
I eventually left the manufacturing plant and went from steel toes to stilettos. I traded my tools (T-square, compass and protractor) for topics (gravitas, presence and personal brand) to empower women and the companies in which they work.
If you’re wondering how a left-brain electrical engineer transitioned to a right brain image consultant and speaker, you’re not alone. It really does make sense … well sorta.
The Science Behind the Transition
KL Moore knows a thing or two about working in male-dominated environments and the constant struggle to stand out in meaningful ways.
My name is KL Moore. People refer to me by my initials, simply K.L. I’m a speaker, Personal Development Coach and Executive Image Consultant. I’m also the author of the forthcoming book and newly created podcast program, ‘The Stiletto Code’.
I am passionate about helping women who work in male-dominated environments master the things we often overlook and few people will ever tell you – the unwritten rules about what to say (or not to say), how we say it and how we physically show up in the room as women
If you’re wondering how a left-brain electrical engineer transitioned to a right brain image consultant and speaker, you’re not alone. It really does make sense … well sorta.
The Science Behind the Transition
KL Moore knows a thing or two about working in male-dominated environments and the constant struggle to stand out in meaningful ways.
My name is KL Moore. People refer to me by my initials, simply K.L. I’m a speaker, Personal Development Coach and Executive Image Consultant. I’m also the author of the forthcoming book and newly created podcast program, ‘The Stiletto Code’.
I am passionate about helping women who work in male-dominated environments master the things we often overlook and few people will ever tell you – the unwritten rules about what to say (or not to say), how we say it and how we physically show up in the room as women

​Pastime Favorites

Pastime Favorites
From Steel Toes to Stilettos

​I’m a Gulf Coast native turned “Cali girl”, University of Alabama graduate and fan of The Crimson Tide, amateur food critic, sucker for Cajun cuisine  and fresh seafood, fan of anything Cirque du Soleil related, live entertainment enthusiast, ideal tourister, wanna-be world class traveler, kid magnet, favorite Auntie to my 16-yr old niece and her 4-legged Cocker Spaniel siblings, 30yr loyalist to the best group of BFF’s a girl could ever have (luv my Posse), advocate for a world in which we all live a purpose-driven life, connoisseur of personal style and a natural born Algebra instructor.  I reside outside the Los Angeles metro area. That’s me!

KL Moore, MBA

I’m a Gulf Coast native turned “Cali girl”, University of Alabama graduate and fan of The Crimson Tide, amateur food critic, sucker for Cajun cuisine  and fresh seafood, fan of anything Cirque du Soleil related, live entertainment enthusiast, ideal tourister, wanna-be world class traveler, kid magnet, favorite Auntie to my 16-yr old niece and her 4-legged Cocker Spaniel siblings, 30yr loyalist to the best group of BFF’s a girl could ever have (luv my Posse), advocate for a world in which we all live a purpose-driven life, connoisseur of personal style and a natural born Algebra instructor.  I reside outside the Los Angeles metro area. That’s me!
As an electrical engineer in the agricultural bio-technology industry, I learned to play the corporate game trial-by-fire. Guilty of falling short of common mistakes that women make in their careers, I was a self-professed worker-bee who failed to network, failed to speak up in meetings and avoided anything that had to do with presenting in front of a living object! Through self-discovery, professional development resources and mentors, I had a defining moment that prompted me to take control of my career.
I eventually left the manufacturing plant and went from steel toes to stilettos. I traded my tools (T-square, compass and protractor) for topics (gravitas, presence and personal brand) to empower women and the companies in which they work.
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