Kay Kostopoulos, Performance Coach, has served Stand & Deliver clients at UCSF, Cisco, Hitachi Data Systems and many others. She specializes in helping our clients develop their voices and their authentic power. Kay directs and teaches at Stanford University’s Drama Department, Continuing Studies Program and Graduate School of Business. She has also created and directed training programs for Stanford’s School of Medicine and co-teaches a program for the Symbolic Systems Department in the development of facial recognition for the treatment of autism. Kay is an M.F.A. graduate of American Conservatory Theater, where she taught acting and directed student projects as a core faculty member of A.C.T.’s Advanced Training Program. She has taught “Acting for Teachers” at Dominican University and acting and directing at City College of San Francisco, Vector Theatre Conservatory, American Musical Theatre of San Jose, and DeAnza College. She served as education director at The California Shakespeare Festival. Kay has acted in many Bay Area and regional theaters, including A.C.T., the Magic Theatre, the San Francisco and California Shakespeare Festivals, and Stanford Summer Theatre. She has additional credits in voiceover, film, and television and performs throughout the Bay Area with her music ensemble, Black Olive Jazz.