Kristi Bush, LBSW
Kristi studied social work and counseling at Troy University and Auburn University. In addition, she has served as a guest lecturer and community advisor to Troy University’s MSW program. She is a licensed social worker with greater than 15 years of clinical practice and health care experience. Kristi has also contributed to and co-authored multiple training and development publications, which primarily focus on the areas of direct practice, quality and capacity building.
Much of Kristi’s career has been linked to the marketing and media promotion of organizations, products, and ideas. This experience, coupled with personal experience within her home, fostered her appreciation and understanding of social media. It is her recognition of the education gap between devices and teen use that she formed KNB Communications.
Kristi developed numerous programs that are designed to ensure that parents, professionals and teens can navigate social media safely and responsibly. Her programs are unlike any other. She takes a focused approach and presents a real, uncensored, holistic look at how to navigate social media safely and effectively. She has spoken with, and empowered thousands of professionals, parents, and teens on how to safely navigate the social media landscape.
As a mother of two young boys, Kristi has a professional and personal appreciation of the power, both positive and negative, associated with social media. She supports children, teens, parents, teachers, and organizations by increasing their understanding of the benefits and threats associated with social media.
When Kristi is not traveling, she makes her home with her husband and two boys in Spanish Fort, Alabama. They spend their time by a baseball or football field, deep sea fishing, or enjoying their home away from home on Lake Martin.