Meet This Social Media Analyst To The Stars
Cat Schwartz is one of the leading technology and social media experts in the country and now she's using her incredibly wide skill set to help her clients take full advantage of the digital space.
As CEO (along with Paolo Moreno) of DGTL ADVISORS, Schwartz helps celebrities like Jamie Foxx, Chris Bosh, John Stamos, Jeremy Piven thrive in the digital arena.
A Deep Love For All Things Tech
A San Fransisco native, Schwartz began her career at TechTV, where she co-hosted the popular TV show Call for Help with Chris Pirelli and Leo Laporte.
Schwartz went on to create HiTechMommy, which lead to regular appearances on the Today Show and hundreds of local programs where she talked tech, social media and the digital side of the entertainment industry.
In 2010, she was named Creative Director of the CAA's burgeoning celebrity social network, WhoSay Inc, which is now used by thousands of celebrities to communicate, unfiltered, with their fans.
Cat Is Renowned For A Reason
As CEO of DGTL ADVISORS, she uses her connections to over 100 celebrities to generate digital conversations about client projects as well as products and brands.
Cat's multifaceted skill set lends itself well to her digital consulting job, as she's able to offer clients a wide range of services, from helping them create online strategies to setting digital goals and managing their presences on IMDB and Wikipedia.
Builder Of Buzz
Cat knows how to create buzz for her clients. She has created brand awareness for shows like Boss on Starz, Liz & Dick on Lifetime, Anger Management on FX, Raw Studios rebranding and many more.
She also helps celebrities connect with their fans in meaningful ways, and she's helped numerous high-profile clients (like we mentioned: Jamie Foxx, Chris Bosh and AR Rahman) expand their digital reach.