Our #FeministFriday this week highlights TV personality and journalist Catt Sadler who was born in Martinsville, Indiana. She established her career at the early age of 11 when she appeared in the movie “Hoosiers”. Her keen interest in broadcasting and entertainment led her to Indiana University where she studied journalism. After graduating, she landed her first broadcasting job at an entertainment news channel in San Francisco. She later returned to her home state where she hosted the Hoosier Lottery and became the official emcee for the Indiana Pacers. In 2006, she was named the host of The Daily 10 on E!. During her time with E!, she covered the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, Emmy’s and more. In 2017, Sadler took a bold stand by leaving her daytime talk show after news surfaced that her co-host was being paid double her salary. Her career in Hollywood entertainment inspired her to open a local chapter of Women Like Us in Hollywood, which assists at-risk girls in inner city schools, she also serves as the president. Additionally, her experience and skills prepared her for the role of international spokesperson for the Women Like Us foundation.