Cathy L. Webb
Author and Empowerment Speaker
"Polish Your Crown From Within"
"Cathy Webb's mission is to motivate young women to strive to be self-motivated and confident. She seeks to bring women together through different exercises and workshops. Cathy also demonstrates a strong level of compassion towards her community as she spends countless hours striving to make a difference. She has a bright spirit, positive attitude, and a powerful message bound to motivate young college women."
Iyanna Burton, President, National Council of Negro Women, Valdosta State Univ., Valdosta, GA
"Cathy presented her program, A Queen’s Stroll: Maintaining a Style of Confidence, to the high school and college women involved with our organization. With her genuine and compassionate speaking, Cathy was able to relate to the young women of our organization. Our members were engaged in Cathy’s program and were inspired by her story. They left with a greater understanding of confidence and the importance of self-expression."
Sydney McCall, President, I Am Enough: Mind, Body, and Soul, University of GA, Athens, GA
"Cathy is a powerful author, speaker and trainer. If you are looking for someone to WOW your audience, Cathy is a great choice!"
Jessica McSheck Houston, PhD, LMSW; Success Coach & Empowerment Speaker, Macon, GA
"Cathy's ability to connect with my youth ministry group was amazing! They are looking forward to learning more of her story and sharing their own."
Reggie Anderson, Youth Pastor, MERGE Youth Ministry, Voices of Faith Ministries, Stone Mountain, GA
“Cathy has proven to be a capable and competent speaker and leader! She grabs the attention of her audience and captivates them with her presence.”
Greg Palmer, DTM, Not By Bread Alone (NBBA) Toastmasters, Atlanta, GA
“Cathy's understanding of self-worth, value, and confidence is exceptional. She writes about and uses these to encourage others to enjoy the journey known as life!”
Simone Pervine, Designs By DeVine, Indianapolis, IN
“Cathy’s character is one of support, influence, and compassion. Expressing these qualities and others comes natural for her when she interacts with others.”
Rev. Dr. John Mendez, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Winston Salem, NC