Catherine Castellanos

Cat Castellanos is a writer, journalist, and content strategist. Her work has covered a variety subjects, from Amazonian headshrinking to brain health and Veteran's Affairs. Whether drafting speeches, editing manuscripts, or developing online content, Cat is passionate about finding the right words to tell your story.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Meet Catherine

Born and raised in media, Cat has always had a love for words. After graduating from Georgetown University, she decided to eschew her political upbringing for the West Coast. As a content strategist for start ups, Cat has helped raise brand images through the development of graphics, podcasts, video, blog, and social media content. Her writing has appeared in The Huffington Post, Thrive Global, The Shriver Report, Forbes.com, CNN and more.

She lives in Venice, California.

 

 
 

What I Do

Content Strategy:

Development of content that connects your businesses' goals to your audiences' needs.

Ghost-Writing:

Blog and social media content created in your style for your platform.

 
 

Editing:

Proof-reading, notes, and full edits of your web content or manuscript.

Speech-Writing

From brainstorm to the podium, make a speech your audience will remember.

 

for consulting & media inquiries:  cat@catcastellanos.com

 
 

work samples

 

Thrive Global:               6 Ways To Become A Morning Person
                                      How To Finally Start Meditating
                                      How To Make Good Decisions Quickly
                                      How To Build A Mind Of Steel
                                      Mindfulness Making You Mad?

Huffington Post:           I Survived The VA: A Veteran Tells His Shocking Story
                                      How Your Brain Is Making You Obese (And What To Do About It)
                                      Filming Denali
                                      Expedition Denali: After The Climb

Sidestep Strategies:      How To Survive & Thrive Through Crisis

The Shriver Report:      Fatigues & Femininity: Women Return From War

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