Ian & Kimberlee Anne King
Ian King, President and Co-Founder of Inspired Attention, Coach
Ian King, founder and president of Inspired Attention (formerly known as: King Solutions, Inc.), is a coach, consultant, speaker, and
workshop facilitator. He is well known as a premiere AD/HD coach for adults and teens. His other areas of specialty include: leadership
development, individual/executive coaching, teams and team leadership, and business coaching and consulting. Ian has served as the president
of the ADHD Coaches Organization and the Chicago Chapter of the International Coach Federation.
Ian is an entrepreneurial owner, manager, and business developer. He has an extensive background in sales, marketing, management, team
building, and leadership development…all with heart.
Ian has experience spanning several industries including finance and insurance, general contracting and construction, automotive, restaurant
and food service, and medical fields. A successful coach with a thriving practice, Ian graduated from the Coaches Training Institute (CTI)
as well as being immersed in countless hours of continuing education, personal growth and leadership development seminars, workshops, one
on one, and group work.
Ian would love to talk with you about possibilities, whatever they may be. Complimentary consultations are always a great first step.
Ian is also available for speaking engagements, workshops, and one-on-one coaching.
Kimberlee Anne King, Co-Founder of Inspired Attention, Consultant
Kimberlee Anne King is an educational consultant for families of gifted and twice exceptional students. She is a lecturer and speaker
on the needs and development of the gifted and learning disabled and/or emotionally challenged, commonly referred to as twice-exceptional.
Kimberlee has lectured to universities, public and private schools, parent groups, and has spoken at conferences. Kimberlee
is also a CTI trained life coach. She has served on the board of an independent school for gifted children and on the board of an
organization that serves as a channel for best practices and an incubator for new ideas in educating, guiding and parenting gifted children
Kimberlee’s specific area of research and concern is how the brain learns and processes information especially as it relates to diverse
learners (AD/HD, dyslexia, giftedness, slow processing, learning disabilities, perfectionism and anxiety to name a few). This knowledge
applies equally to adults and often the parents of these complex children gain some enlightening insight about themselves as they work
to better understand their children. Kim excels at partnering with schools and teachers to help them understand the best approach
when working with these unique students with amazing potential.
This knowledge of how the brain really learns coupled with her own experience as a clever dyslexic that went undiagnosed throughout most
of her lifetime, has landed Kimberlee in the unique position of being able to empathize deeply with families struggling to help their very
bright child thrive in a world that was not designed with their processing styles in mind. Also, Kim has four children who are each
uniquely gifted and challenged. Thereby, her passion is to offer understanding and to share her heart with those parents who do not want
to go it alone.
Kim is available for consultations, speaking engagements, and lectures.