About Schweit Consulting
Katherine W. Schweit, JD, CCEP, owner of Schweit Consulting
Schweit Consulting is a leader in innovative and creative policy and training solutions focusing on active shooter and workplace violence strategies, sexual harassment and other policy and training needs focused on security risk assessments matters. Trusted experience to develop successful crisis communication strategies and reliable litigation support.
Access a broad array of professionals who can provide unique in person, online, interactive, and personally designed training. Memorable and humorous training helps with attention and retention. Sought after for expertise in an array of violence prevention areas. Effective sexual harassment awareness training based on requirements in Title VII, EEOC, guidelines, and US Supreme Court cases. Valuable training provides the latest guidance on corporate liability and employee and manager expectations. Led by an experienced lawyer and former prosecutor who was an agent with the FBI for 20 years, rely on available artists, writers, lawyers, coders, communication experts, trainers, and designers who are doing cutting edge training for Fortune 100 companies right now. Training packages include national, international, and multi-lingual options. Targeted training for employees, managers, and C-suite can be complimented with targeted consultation options.
Owner Katherine Schweit is an adjunct law professor at DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, and at Webster University and Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional experienced in ethics and employee misconduct/compliance investigations. She is adept at developing targeted training across a variety of in person and digital platforms to educate and meet legal and awareness requirements on sexual harassment, insider threats, and risk mitigation strategies. She is a sought-after, nationally known expert in active shooter and violence prevention matters.
As a seasoned journalist and former public information officer who managed crisis communicationsduring such situations as the Pentagon and Holocaust Museum shootings in Washington D.C., Katherine brings vast practical experience developing media strategies for both internal and external use. Long-term, established relationships with national print and digital media allow her to position clients’ interests in the best light.
Rely on experienced litigation support from a former state prosecutor and federal investigator. Katherine has a BA in Journalism from Michigan State University and a JD from DePaul College of Law.
TARGETED AREAS OF FOCUS:
Workplace violence and threat management strategies
Emergency management and incident response solutions
Crisis communications and reputation management
Sexual harassment, active shooter and other corporate liability high-risk areas
Compliance and privacy policies
Investigations and pre-employment backgrounds