Press Room

June 2014

February 1, 2016 – Catherine Morgan was interviewed on by Carol Roth in “How to Transition Back to Employee After Being an Entrepreneur

July 8, 2013 – Chamber Chatter with Donna Saul on WCHE 1520 AM (Philadelphia area) 30-minute interview. Topic: Thriving After Layoff

June 10, 2013 – The Noon Show with Carol Roth on WGN AM 720 (Chicago) Double segment interview with listener call-in To Do: Be Productive

March 7, 2013 – The Noon Show with Carol Roth on WGN AM 720 (Chicago). 20-minute interview and answering questions from callers about interviewing in You have the job interview…now what?

January 28, 2013 – The Noon Show with Carol Roth on WGN AM 720 (Chicago). 10-minute segment Thriving when you’re unemployed.

November 5, 2012 – Chamber Chatter with Donna Saul on WCHE 1520 AM (Philadelphia area) 30-minute radio interview. Topic: Productivity: The Secret Sauce for Successful Entrepreneurs

October 1, 2012 – Newspaper Quote: Daily Herald Business Ledger





Multiple guest posts on various sites, including,, TDS corporate blog, and others. Consolidated list of guest blog posts can be found here.


Catherine Morgan is a professional speaker and the founder of Point A to Point B Transitions Inc. The company is a virtual provider of coaching services to individuals who are in career transition or are looking to establish and grow successful services businesses such as consulting or coaching practices.

Catherine has a deep background in the financial services and professional services industries with a focus on technology. She has been employed by KPMG, Arthur Andersen, and Deloitte. Through her own consulting company she was a project employee for Protiviti, Navigant Consulting, and Resources Global. She graduated from Vassar College with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.

Catherine Morgan speaks on various topics, including navigating career transition, growing a solo consulting practice, and being more productive. She has been coaching clients and colleagues through job, business, and life transitions for more than 20 years.