Cathy Meyer: Managing Editor, DivorcedMoms and Divorce Coach
Cathy Meyer is one of the leading divorce experts in the US. With 14-years’ experience as a Divorce Coach/Consultant and Marriage Educator, she has worked with hundreds of clients to help them either navigate and find solutions to marital problems, or smoothly steer themselves through the divorce process.
Founder of DivorcedMoms
In 2013 Cathy co-founded DivorcedMoms.com. DivorcedMoms is a network targeted at mothers who are going through or, have gone through a divorce. Within 9 months DivorcedMoms had become the most trafficked website for divorced moms and women on the Internet, according to SemRush.com.
In June 2014, DivorcedMoms was sold to Divorce Marketing Group and Cathy stayed on as the Managing Editor. The most rewarding aspect of creating a resource for women is knowing that our visitors, up to 250,000 a month find valuable information to help them navigate and rebuild after divorce.
Writer, Editor, Divorce Expert
Cathy earned a master’s degree in Psychology from the University of Alabama and is a Master Certified Coach (MCC) through the International Coaching Federation – an internationally recognized leader in the field of coaching education.
During her career, Cathy has worn a few hats. As a digital content manager for The New York Times, and she covered all aspects of the divorce process for About.com for 11 years. She is widely published in national digital publications including the Huffington Post, Your Tango, and Forbes.
As the managing editor of DivorcedMoms, she curates’ content, works one-on-one with writers and experts in the field of divorce. She is also responsible for on-page SEO, keyword research, content customization, tracks website ranking, traffic, and keyword positions.
“I’m lucky to have a two-pronged career. One that enables me to help thousands of women daily and, at the same time, work one-on-one with individual divorcing clients as a coach and mentor. I glue back together those who are feeling as if they’ve come unglued.”