CATHY HOLLOWAY-HILL'S BIO :
Cathy Holloway Hill is Founder and CEO of C. Holloway Hill Enterprises, a personal and professional development company in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Her company’s mission is to devise strategies that promote performance excellence and empower others to achieve their personal and professional best. Cathy provides her clients with the tools and knowledge to take action, discover potential, embrace change, and unleash their brilliance.
In addition to her entrepreneurial work, Cathy also has corporate experience with two Fortune 100 companies. She walked away from a successful corporate technology career to focus on her life’s purpose of enhancing and advancing the lives of others. Her professional experience in the male-dominated technology industry affords her the ability to speak from the heart on many topics related to career and life success. She is an International Advisory Board Member of Professional Woman Network, NAWBO, and is a National Premier Coach with eWomenNetwork, the nation’s number one resource for connecting women business owners – 1 milion nationwide members. She is a column writer for Business First of Louisville, The Examiner on-line, and Hope for Women Magazine, and she has been featured in Black Enterprises Magazine. Cathy is a career expert on the CW Louisville Morning Show, and received a full feature article in Today’s Woman Magazine.
Cathy hosts an internet-based talk radio show entitled Living By Design. The show focuses on the enhancement and advancement of lives through topics related to self, health, and wealth improvement. Cathy has conducted interviews with New York Times bestselling authors such as Kimberla Lawson Roby, Zig Ziglar, Dr. Ian Smith, Barbara Corcoran, Dr. Lisa Love, and Simon T. Bailey, and many other celebrities in multiple industries. She has also hosted listener appreciation shows featuring special guests such as Grammy award winning Mr. Howard Hewett, daytime star of the Young & Restless, Mr. Eric Braeden, and Cathy’s proudest interview was with First Lady, Ms. Michelle Obama. Cathy is a weekly featured host on the Blogtalk Radio network.
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