Karlee channeled these learnings and adapted them to create her own coaching program, drawing from her certification in established professional training programs such as Coaches Training Institute (CTI), Job Effectiveness Coaching, and Organizational and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC). In combining her experience as a coach and Certified Financial Planner, Karlee works with Canadian entrepreneurial families to help the rising generations develop their own path, their own passions, and their own voice either inside or outside of their family businesses.
Karlee obtained a degree in Business of Cinematic Arts from the University of Southern California which was fueled by her dual passions of business and the arts. During her time in Los Angeles, she created a thriving career in live-television production on shows such as American Idol, American Music Awards, and the Primetime Emmy Awards.
Outside of work, Karlee dedicates much of her time and expertise to the charitable sector. She is driven to make an impact through her roles as Executive Director of the Michael and Karen Vukets Family Foundation, Board Member of Canada’s National Ballet School, Board Member of The Glenn Gould Foundation, and member of the inaugural Vision 2020 New Philanthropy Journey at the Toronto Foundation. Through the Vision 2020 program, she co-founded the aujla + vukets foundation with her friend Raji Aujla with the aim to mentor and fund female-led social impact ideas.
Karlee lives in Toronto with her fiancé Brandon, and she would say that her favourite title of all is being “Auntie WeeWee” to her beloved 4 young nephews.