Cathleen Trigg-Jones is a trailblazing social entrepreneur and accomplished executive with a diverse background in journalism, multi-media production, public relations, marketing, public speaking, and executive coaching. She is the visionary leader behind three successful independent media companies, each making a significant impact in their respective fields.
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FROM OUR HOUSE TO YOURS
In 2006, Cathleen founded Trigg House, a nonprofit organization providing vital resources and support to foster children transitioning into independent living. As a former foster child herself, Cathleen saw a need for comprehensive services and has been actively involved in advocating for the well-being of these vulnerable individuals.
Trigg House uses unique approaches, mentorship being a significant focus, to give foster youth the support they require to successfully transition into adulthood. We provide a “safety net” to lessen the risks facing these young adults