Hosts, Jeff and Erik, speak with Entrepreneur and Disability Activist, Keely Cat-Wells. In honor of the 31st anniversary of the ADA, we are highlighting Keely’s work changing the landscape for those with disabilities in the entertainment industry. Today’s episode is brought to you by Wells Fargo.
Keely Cat-Wells is an Entrepreneur and Disability Activist dedicated to making social, systematic, and economical change.
Keely is the Founder/CEO of C Talent, Zetta Studios, and Zetta Finance. She founded her first company at a very early age while in the hospital, which eventually evolved into C Talent. C Talent represents Deaf and Disabled artists, athletes, and influencers globally to normalize disabled people being experts in subjects beyond disability.
After noticing the lack of access in the entertainment industry, Keely formed Zetta Studios, which is the world’s first-ever studio to be fully accessible, designed with disabled people in mind.
Keely is a Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe Entertainment 2021 honoree, an Aerie Change-Maker, Advisory Board Member at Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation, a Disability Subject Matter Expert at Google and The Lego Group name a few of her awards and recognitions.
Special thanks to Wells Fargo for their sponsorship of today’s podcast in a series featuring leaders who are facilitating a cultural transformation in the workplace.
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