KaZhas been in many facets of entertainment as a performer, theater writer and producer, choreographer, stunt coach, stage director, voice-over director and casting director.
In addition, KaZ is an award-winning vocalist, a former dancer, actor, singer, stunt actor, circus artist, & professional water skier.
She was the co-owner of two restaurants, a fitness center, a television production company and the owner of a cinema.
KaZ did a stint in politics (she won't be doing that again anytime soon), and in veterinary medicine.
She now focuses on writing and guiding.
KaZ has been a published writer in magazines & books since the age of 14.
She has written plays that have been produced in New York, Florida & New Orleans.
She has a featured chapter in the book How To Survive A Move. (Up-to-date she has moved 46 times!)
KaZ wrote an article for Organic Wine Journal (based on her restaurant research into organic wines before they were "a thing"), and also an article featured at the Ground Zero Memorial.
KaZ co-wrote 2 television informational series & 3 television pilots.
One of the pilots, a sit-com, was produced as a reality pilot. KaZ has revisited it and it's now a comedy one season cable series. “(And) Then This Happened.” talks about life, love, and everything in between in the mid-life years. Loosely based on her life and the life of two of her best girlfriends. KaZ's many high pressure pursuits led her to meditation. She began studying meditation in '91. Her initial training focused on Kundalini Yoga with Yogi Bhajan and his certified teachers. She is a certified Master Meditation and Qigong Instructor. Most recently KaZ taught Qigong in a juvenile justice facility, and also lectured on mental health in juvenile justice.
With writing being her first love, look for KaZ's upcoming children's book, and a play set in WWII.