In 1991, after being the youngest Vice President within both Xerox Realty and Weston Capital Corporation, Cate left the private sector to serve in the public sector as the Secretary of Commerce and Trade for the Commonwealth of Virginia within Governor Wilder’s Cabinet and was later appointed the Co-Chair of the Defense Conversion Commission with General John Loh. After serving in the Cabinet, Cate created Remington International, in this capacity she created businesses in London, Moscow and Kazakhstan. Cate took a leave of absence from her companies to create The Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership in 2005. She serves or has served on many Boards, including: George Mason University, Board of Visitors; The University of Richmond Board of Trustees, The Virginia Community College Foundation, the George C. Marshall International Center, The Center for Innovative Technology, the Waterford Foundation, Oatlands Plantation, The Women’s Center, Wolf Trap National Performing Arts Center, The British American Project, the Colonial Board George Washington University and Waterford Elementary School PTO. She has lectured at numerous Universities including: Harvard, University of Virginia, and has been the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate in Humanities from the Shenandoah University.
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