Katherine Wight is a serial entrepreneur and has over 20 years in Public Relations (encompassing all forms of medium) with a finite specialty in the affluent markets for Luxury Automotive and Luxury Home Communities. She received her Undergraduate Degree in Communications from U-Maine and followed by Master’s Degree work in Public Relations and Corporate Communications from the University of Florida, most recently the completion of her latest Master’s Certificate from Princeton University. Prior to her professional accomplishments’, Katherine entered the world of Recovery in 1995 in Co-Dependency Anonymous in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Katherine is a Member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and Daughters of the Mayflower, as well as, a former service member of the United States Army Reserves. Undoubtedly, she has great pride in the Unites States of America and has represented her lineage by public service in her non-for-profit affiliations throughout her career. Among the many and diverse businesses that Katherine has founded and partnered in the State(s) of Maine, Florida and Arizona, her public relations career has been her passion during her journey, advocating for the progression of social and corporate responsibility. Having grown up in the world of recovery for the majority of her adult-life, Katherine gives all credit to her succession as businesswomen, mother and human-being, to God and the 12-step recovery program of CODA. Katherine founded Sonoran Recovery and opened, our first women's home, the Wight House; to represent and encompass her lineage, her personal and professional life and most importantly, her proactive commitment to raise the bar for Sober Living standards across the board and throughout the Nation.
I will continue to provide a service that catapults the aspiring to inspiring and to create a culture of progressive and prosperous innovations that will enhance the World we live in, leaving a legacy for generations to enjoy and hopefully continue my personal mission to positively improve our communities. – Katherine Wight