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Producer, Author, Talk Show Host and Founder Of 360Karma, Catherine Gray, talks about the 7 simple steps to create your legacy. She has utilized these steps to create her Talk Show, Book, Conference, Films and other endeavors. The discussion will cover how we tap into our life’s purpose and steps to manifest it! Catherine believes it’s important to create your fate, live a life you love, and pay it forward to make the world a better place.
Catherine Gray is a pioneering documentary film producer, speaker, and author who has produced, directed and co-produced many award-winning documentaries that have aired on PBS and other cable networks. She creates projects that evoke change, empowering people to use their gifts to make a difference in the world.
In 2016 Gray launched a talk show, web series, online community, conference and companion book, “LIVE LOVE THRIVE: Inspiring Women to Unleash Their Life’s Purpose".
Catherine’s Live Love Thrive Talk shows films weekly at the Sunset Gower Studios in Hollywood- and featured women who have overcome adversity’s and are doing extraordinary work in the world. The show just aired it’s 100th episode- and has reached over a million viewers through live views and podcast downloads!
Catherine produced the 2nd annual Live Love Thrive conference in 2017, presented by 360Karma and the City of West Hollywood. The event encourages women to help each other, so we can rise into more positions of influence and create a paradigm shift of equality for women. 360Karma is a platform that inspires women to LIVE LOVE and THRIVE!
Gray is now producing the second annual She Angels Pitchfest and TV Web Series- that helps fund and empower female entrepreneurs! The next event takes place in Feb 2019 at UCLA in conjunction with NAWBO ( National Association Of Women Business Owners) and The City Of West Hollywood.
Most notably, Catherine directed and produced the groundbreaking documentary film about gay marriage called “I Can’t Marry You,” narrated by Betty DeGeneres and aired on PBS, distributed on Amazon and on all major online retailers. The film was screened at film festivals around the world, has over 100,000 views on Facebook and is housed in history archives at LGBT centers, colleges, and universities nationwide.