Cathleen Trigg is an Emmy Award-winning journalist who has been a pivotal force helping others to unlock their hearts and empower their lives. Her career spans two decades and covers everything from television to radio and film. In 2002, she founded CatScape Productions, a multimedia production company dedicated to creating and producing award winning films, documentaries, commercials, music videos and original TV programming. She is a mother, a wife,
a friend, a sought-after personality, actress, producer, writer and teacher. Cathleen is also an adult who suffered great sadness as a child and a wife who is no stranger to losing and reclaiming her voice. Having always felt intuitively connected to other’s sadness, Cathleen has spent a great deal of her life both professionally and personally doing what she can to help spare others unnecessary suffering. In January 2017, Cathleen and her husband, World-renowned Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Jones will be featured on a new reality show as one of New York’s busiest power couples. Balancing a multi-million dollar ethnic plastic surgery practice, a charity called Trigg House, and developing Cathleen’s talk show, they are also a close-knit blended family traveling the world, celebrating milestones, and journeying through everyday life. For more information visit cathleen.com.
All info from http://cathleen.com/, http://wearethejoneses.tv/index.html AND Facebook.
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