Catherine Dingler is always ready for a challenge. With her color-coded planner in hand and knack for seeking out solutions, Catherine readily approaches projects with enthusiasm and a solid plan.
Utilizing her skills in writing, Catherine works on a range of services including internal and external communications, research, and social media. She also enjoys using her organizational abilities and creativity to design unique marketing campaigns. At Nexsen Pruet, Catherine works closely with the firm’s public policy practice group and international team to strategically plan and execute their marketing and business development initiatives.
In 2019, Catherine graduated from Furman University with a degree in Political Science and International Affairs and a minor in Poverty Studies. While at Furman, her dedication to trying new things and learning from different people sent her to London on a writing-intensive program and to Brussels to work for the European Union Parliament. Catherine’s other experiences include working for a national civil rights non-profit, a D.C. financial trade organization, and a marketing consulting agency where she assisted local and national political campaigns.
Catherine stays involved with her community by volunteering at the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice. In her free time, she can be found on hiking trails across North and South Carolina or relaxing in a coffee shop with a good book.