Cate has created, written, produced and guided content across all platforms for clients like ban.do, Tumblr, Forbes, the Disney Digital Network, the LA Philharmonic, and the It’s On Us campaign.
In addition to her content work with brands, Cate shares a passion for empowering young women in STEM fields. She created and produced the critically acclaimed short How I Do Math, and wrote, produced, and directed the scripted series Tutored. Her latest work, MATH BRAIN, has over 50K views and counting across all platforms. These millennial and Gen Z-geared projects have been praised by people and places like Amy Poehler's Smart Girls, Shonda Rhimes, Ms. Magazine, and WhoHaha.
Cate cohosts a weekly Forbes podcast called The Limit Does Not Exist, which champions interdisciplinary career paths. The podcast recently hit 500K downloads on iTunes and has been featured in The Washington Post and AdWeek. She also writes a column for Forbes about the custom-built creative career path.
The daughter of a librarian and a child of the stage, Cate has been telling stories on paper and on her feet for three decades. She has an MFA from UCSD/La Jolla Playhouse and a BA from Northwestern. Cate is currently a member of the Groundlings Sunday Company, where she writes and performs a new show each week.
When she's not at work, you can find Cate reading the Sunday New York Times, jumping down an Internet rabbit hole, or heading to a coffee shop in Los Feliz with her two pups, Rosie and Shadow.