EO Fort Worth Applauds Accelerator Member Brooke Lively

Better Business Bureau Recognizes CEO as one of Fort Worth’s “25 Women to Watch”

 FORT WORTH, Texas (August 22, 2016) -- Cathedral Capital’s CEO and Founder, Brooke Lively, was recognized as one of Better Business Bureau of Fort Worth’s “Top 25 Women to Watch,” an award which acknowledges women in the community who exemplify excellence in leadership, community service, and professional achievements.

 As an Entrepreneur’s Organization (EO) Fort Worth Accelerator member, Brooke is invested in the betterment of not only her own company, but also those with which she works. Brooke leads a group of CFOs and Profitability Strategists who work closely with business owners and leaders in developing strategies to help turn their growing companies into profitable businesses. Her goal is to reduce the difficulty that small businesses face in getting off the ground by assisting and mentoring these companies, sharing her financial savvy, and translating that into a profitable model with which companies can use to thrive.

 In addition to this award, Brooke was recognized this year as one of “Fort Worth's 2016 CFOs of the Year” by the Fort Worth Business Press and one of Diversity Journal’s “Women Worth Watching.”

 Brooke has more than 9 years of experience in financial services. She earned her MBA in Investments and Corporate Finance from Texas Christian University, and she is a Chartered Financial Analyst, a credential that is globally recognized as the highest for investment management professionals.

 About Entrepreneurs’ Organization Fort Worth

Entrepreneurs’ Organization Fort Worth is a strong, growing chapter of business leaders. Members aspire to improve professionally and personally by interacting with peers facing similar challenges. The organization hosts free monthly learning opportunities and works with local sponsors to increase connectivity with Fort Worth organizations like the Neeley School of Business at Texas Christian University. For more information about the chapter, please visit http://eoaccess.eonetwork.org/fortworth.

About Cathedral Capital

Cathedral Capital is a team of CFOs and Profitability Strategists who help entrepreneurs and business leaders of fast-growing companies across the country turn their companies into profitable, thriving businesses so the owner can create the life they want. Cathedral Capital’s mission is to eradicate the struggle that so many small business owners face by giving them the financial insights and strategies they need to create lucrative and successful businesses. They help small business owners develop their unique vision of success, defining it on their terms, then help their clients go from the “charade of success” with behind-the-scenes struggles to real profitability. To learn more about Cathedral Capital, visit http://cathcap.com/.

 About the Award

Women in Business Networking (WIBN), a leading organization for women in business in North Texas, is a program of Better Business Bureau of Fort Worth and Tarrant County, Inc. WIBN’s mission, to provide forums for building relationships so women can achieve career and personal success through education, resources and recognition inspired its inaugural Top 25 Women to Watch Awards. These awards recognize exceptional women throughout our community who stand out in leadership, community service, professional achievements – or all three. By honoring these selected women, WIBN hopes to inspire others like them to take their professional and personal lives to the next level. Honorees will be celebrated at the upcoming 25 Women to Watch Event.


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