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Cathleen Trigg-Jones in a bright pink business suit with her head resting on her hand


Cathleen Trigg-Jones is a trailblazing social entrepreneur and accomplished executive with a diverse background in journalism, multi-media production, public relations, marketing, public speaking, and executive coaching. She is the visionary leader behind three successful independent media companies, each making a significant impact in their respective fields.

As the founder and driving force behind iWomanTV, Cathleen has pioneered the first mass-market over-the-top streaming news and entertainment network created by women and about women. This groundbreaking platform is reshaping the industry, amplifying the voices of women, and providing a space for their stories to be celebrated and heard.


Cathleen's award-winning multimedia production company, Catscape Productions, has consistently delivered exceptional content across various mediums. With a keen eye for 

storytelling, she has produced numerous projects that captivate audiences and shed light on important issues.  Additionally, through Trigg Global Media, Cathleen offers strategic marketing, crisis communications, and business consulting services to global CEOs and Fortune 500 companies. Her expertise in navigating complex challenges and her deep understanding of the media landscape make her a sought-after advisor and consultant.


Cathleen's remarkable journey began as a news reporter for WBOC-TV, and her talent and dedication caught the attention of then United States Senator Joseph R. Biden, Jr., who tapped her to be the Press Assistant in his Delaware Senate Office. She subsequently built an impressive career in television, earning recognition for her quality journalism and winning an EMMY Award while reporting and anchoring for WWOR and WNYW news broadcasts in New York City.

Her passion for storytelling extended to the big screen, where she has co-starred in popular TV shows and films such as Power, Madam Secretary, House of Cards, Homeland, and All Eyes On Me, the biopic about Tupac Shakur. Cathleen's onscreen presence and talent have garnered acclaim and further  established her as a versatile and influential figure in the industry.


Beyond her professional accomplishments, Cathleen remains committed to making  a difference in the lives of others. In 2006, she founded Trigg House, a nonprofit organization providing vital resources and support to foster children transitioning into independent living. As a former foster child herself, Cathleen saw a need for comprehensive services and has been actively involved in advocating for the well-being of these vulnerable individuals.


Cathleen's dedication to social impact extends to her involvement in various charitable organizations and initiatives. She serves on the boards of Operation Keloid, the Columbia University Double Discovery Center, and the Black Entrepreneur Initiative, while also actively supporting causes focused on empowering women and promoting youth education.


A dynamic and accomplished executive, Cathleen Trigg-Jones has demonstrated an exceptional ability to lead complex projects and organizations. Her businesses are certified by the NY/NJ Minority Supplier Development Council and operate as Minority Women Business Enterprises, showcasing her commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Cathleen holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Delaware State University, a foundation that laid the groundwork for her remarkable career and her ongoing dedication to empowering women, fostering social change, and reshaping the media landscape.

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