Listen in as celebrity stylist Kate Young sits down with
some of today's most inspiring women to hear the
powerful stories of the one pivotal step that started it
all and led each in the direction of her dreams.
A portrait of Ros Gold-Onwude
Ros Gold-Onwude (On-WOO-day) is a Norcal Emmy Award-winning sports broadcaster. For the first time in her career, Ros is the host of her own show! Earlier this month she launched a sports debate show called “Don’t At Me” presented by The Players Tribune and Twitter. You can also catch Ros hosting “First Take” with Stephen A. Smith & Max Kellerman once a week onEspn.
From 2017 to 2019 she worked for Turner Sports in her first national role, covering the NBA regular season, playoffs, All-Star Weekend and NBA Summer League games for NBA on TNT and NBATV. Before joining the Turner Sports family, Gold-Onwude served as the sideline reporter for the Golden State Warriors on NBC Sports Bay Area, covering the Warriors' run to three straight NBA Finals & two championships from 2014 to 2017. Ros also covered March Madness with CBS as a reporter on the Men's NCAA tournament. Gold-Onwude previously worked as the analyst/color commentator for the WNBA's New York Liberty on MSG Network, from 2011-2017 and for men's and women's college hoops for Pac-12 Networks. Additionally, Ros joined NBC's coverage of the 2016 Rio Olympics as a sideline reporter for Men's Basketball, alongside broadcasting legends Marv Albert and Doug Collins- an experience she considers one of the highlights of her career. In addition to TV, Ros has co-hosted the podcast, "Ball Girl Magic" with Yvonne Orji (of HBO’s Insecure) on Uninterrupted Podcast Network.

As a member of the Stanford women’s basketball team from 2005-2010, Gold-Onwude played in three Final Fours and two national championship games helping the Cardinal win four conference titles, as starting guard. In her final season, she was named the 2010 Pac-10 Co-Defensive Player of the Year, ending her Stanford career as the school’s all-time leader in games played. Following her days at Stanford, Gold-Onwude was selected as a member of the Nigerian national basketball team, which advanced to the semi-finals of the Fiba-Africa Olympic Qualifier tournament in 2011.

A native of Queens, NY, Gold-Onwude earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, followed by a Master’s Degree in Sociology of Organizations, Business, and the Economy, both from Stanford.

Ros’ passions include mentoring young girls, working with women in business, raising awareness for mental health issues and developing opportunities for the youth in Africa. She has spearheaded several panels around the country, focusing on women and minorities in business as well as women working in male dominated fields. Some of her favorite moments have included working with college students, including students from the Atlanta area HBCUs, and student athletes nationwide, on developing careers in sports and sports media. Over the past 3 years, Ros has visited Africa to work with youth on developing both basketball and life skills as an active participant of the NBA's Basketball Without Borders Program and NBA Africa Game, in South Africa. This past December she returned to Nigeria to work with the Hope 4 Girls Camp, a girls only basketball camp, in which she spoke about the value of hard work, self-love, women supporting women, and the pride in being an African woman.
A portrait of Catt Sadler
Catt Sadler is a three-time Emmy-winning journalist with twenty years on-air experience. She is well renowned for her work on E! Entertainment where she spent more than a decade contributing to E! News, E! News Weekend, Daily Pop, Live From E! and a myriad of network specials.
She's also been a fixture on the red carpet covering high-caliber events and interviewing celebrities during awards season. She co-hosted the Vanity Fair Oscars Party show seen around the world in 2018 and 2019. She’s also appeared on The View, The Talk, The Tamron Hall Show, and many other programs.

After choosing to leave E! over a wage gap issue and receiving an outpouring of support, Catt became a prominent voice for the Time’s Up movement. She is spending much of her energy contributing to the cause by taking part in the LA Women’s March, speaking at the Equal Pay Day rally at City Hall in New York, and starring in LUNA Bar’s Equal Pay Day campaign. Catt was also selected for the fall 2018 NYDJ Denim campaign highlighting women leading change. More recently she’s starring in the SECRET deodorant “I’d Rather Get Paid” initiative and MM.Le.Fleur’s “What Are You Made Of?” fashion campaign. Championing women has always been her passion.

Outside of tv hosting, Catt owns and operates her own production company, Love Bug Entertainment, Inc. She is currently executive producing and hosting her popular podcast, NAKED with Catt Sadler. Guests include stars like Jennifer Lawrence, Olivia Munn, Lisa Ling, Jana Kramer, Kate Bosworth, and Halima, plus other powerful writers, activists, and entrepreneurs.

In 2016 she produced her first documentary, Women Like Us. The film, which deep dives into the story of her mother’s charity, the Women Like Us Foundation, is an organization close to her heart. She serves as the International Spokesperson. is where you can read Catt’s one on one interviews with Gwyneth Paltrow, Molly Shannon, Amy Schumer (to name a few) in Naked with Catt Sadler. Fans also love her Dear Catt column designed to give the audience a raw sense of Catt’s insight and useful uplifting encouragement, and an array of content in the lifestyle and fashion + beauty space.

A designer, Catt debuted her second handbag collaboration LMxCATT with LumillaMingus in 2018. Catt has also served as the host and moderator of Simply Stylist Fashion and Beauty Conference in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Dubai. She was also a seasonal Style Expert for Lord & Taylor. She has engaged in collaborations with Nordstrom, SECRET, Ford, Jeep, Toyota, Bausch + Lomb, TACORI, Luna Bar, Johnnie Walker, Third Love, GOOP, Banana Republic, Visa and many more.

You’ll see Catt make a return to tv soon. She has a first look deal with TNT and is developing a new unscripted show that she’ll host and executive produce.

Catt also shares her journey as a mother, journalist, and activist by speaking at a myriad of conferences, panels, and events.

An Indiana native, Catt is the proud mother of two teenage boys, Austin and Arion. Together they live in Los Angeles with their rescue dog Scarlett and their cat, Kylo and her boyfriend, Nick, and his two dogs Dodger and Hazel. Catt loves stamping her passport, eating clean and green, practicing hot yoga, rooting on the Pacers and Hoosiers, and singing karaoke in Koreatown, LA. She has seven tattoos—many to do with her family, her proudest accomplishment of all.
A portrait of Mama Cax
Mama Cax is a Haitian-American Blogger & Disability Advocate. She holds an M.A in International Studies. Mama Cax was diagnosed with bone and lung cancer at 14 which led to an amputation of her right leg.
She uses social media as a platform to talk about body positivity, but most importantly, dismantle the image of what people with disabilities should be or look like. On September 15th, 2016 (Under the Obama Administration), she was invited to the White House to walk in the first ever White house Fashion show. The event was a celebration of inclusive design, assistive technology, and prosthetics. Her innovative prosthetic leg and message on body positivity and inclusion have landed her features in magazines like: Cosmopolitan, Essence Magazine, Glamour, Refinery29, and i-D. Most recently she graced the cover of Teen Vogue.
A portrait of Nina Dobrev
Nina Dobrev has established herself as one of the fastest rising leading ladies in Hollywood, amassing an impressive resume of diverse and memorable television and film roles. Nina most recently starred in the CBS multi-cam comedy FAM. She can next be seen in Roger Avary’s LUCKY DAY as well as the feature film RUN THIS TOWN opposite Ben Platt, which premiered in this year’s SXSW Film Festival.
In LUCKY DAY, Nina portrays Chloe, the French-speaking female lead in this thriller that takes place over a single day. She recently wrapped production on her next film SICK GIRL – she is also an executive producer on the project.

Nina was last seen in the Voltage Picture comedy THEN CAME YOU, in which she stars opposite Asa Butterfield and Maisie Williams. Prior to that, she starred in DOG DAYS, in which she plays Good Day Seattle host Elizabeth in the canine-connected romantic comedy.

Additional film credits include Sony’s FLATLINERS, CRASHPAD, XXX: THE RETURN OF XANDER CAGE, Groundswell Productions’ THE FINAL GIRLS, which was released by Sony Pictures on October 2015 and premiered at the 2015 SXSW Festival. Dobrev also starred, opposite Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr, in the Twentieth Century Fox comedy LET’S BE COPS, which opened #1 in August 2014. Previously, she costarred in Summit Entertainment film, PERKS OF A WALLFLOWER, written and directed by Stephen Chbosky.

Other past film credits include Screen Gems’ THE ROOMMATE with Leighton Meester and Minka Kelly, Montecito Pictures’ CHLOE with Julianne Moore, Amanda Seyfried and Liam Neeson, THE KILLING GAME with Kellan Lutz and Samuel L. Jackson, FUGITIVE PIECES with Ayelet Zurer and Rosamund Pike, AWAY FROM HER with Julie Christie and THE POET.

For six seasons, Nina starred as fan-favorite dopple-gangers “Elena Gilbert” and “Katherine Pierce” on the highly successful CW drama THE VAMPIRE DIARIES from creators Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec. Her other television credits include lead roles on DEGRASSI: THE NEXT GENERATION and MTV’s THE AMERICAN MALL, as well as a guest appearance on ELEVENTH HOUR. She has also appeared in the television movies NEVER CRY WEREWOLF and TOO YOUNG TO MARRY.

Born in Bulgaria, Dobrev moved to Canada at the age of two and currently resides in Los Angeles.
A portrait of Karena Dawn and Katrina Scott
Tone It Up is a women's fitness, lifestyle, and wellness community created by two best friends and co-founders Karena Dawn and Katrina Scott. After nearly ten years, the brand has cultivated a dedicated following from their nutrition plans and recipes, health and lifestyle content on, fitness videos and workouts through the Studio Tone It Up app, nutrition products, and motivating seasonal series to keep women engaged and connected to each other and their wellness goals.
Best of all, Tone It Up has created a platform where women can connect and champion each other, forming friendships along their fitness journey, towards better health, more confidence, and happiness. The community offers members a tremendous accountability and support system - and, a large and loyal network of like-minded women to lean on and lift up throughout the process. Additionally, through a series of live events, women are able to gather together and experience fitness classes and wellness talks in person, connect with Karena and Katrina, and with each other. This unique, energetic “friend-to-friend" approach to fitness and nutrition has made Tone It Up the one-stop destination for women seeking a fun, positive and empowering way to achieving their best, healthiest self. For more information, please visit

Karena Dawn, Tone It Up Co-Founder

Tone It Up co-founder, Karena Dawn is a spirited entrepreneur and lifestyle celebrity whose passion for healthy living, fitness, and wellness has placed her at the forefront of the health and fitness industries.
Fate first introduced the triathlete and former sports model and host to then, personal trainer, Katrina Scott, at a Manhattan Beach gym in 2008. Inspiration and passion collided, and the girls started filming fitness videos for YouTube. The channel gained increasing attention from women across the country who became dedicated to their new trainers. Taking the world by storm with their fresh, fun, and friendly approach, Dawn and Scott built the Tone It Up lifestyle brand and community, a large and loyal network of likeminded women. This inspiring, energetic “friend-to-friend" approach to fitness has made Tone It Up the go-to, one-stop destination for women seeking a fun, unique approach to achieving their best self.
Originally from Indiana, Dawn fell in love with sports and fitness at a young age. She completed her first half-marathon at 12-years-old and some of her earliest memories include watching her mom workout to Jane Fonda videos in their living room – she even filmed her own workout video on VHS for a 1st grade class project. After her youth became full of turmoil due to her mothers mental illness, Dawn went through 10 years of severe depression and escape into drug abuse. In her early 20's she was ready to regain her life and live in love rather than fear. She rediscovered fitness and the memories of how it made her feel. Dawn began using triathlon as her therapy. She continued to compete in triathlons, became a personal trainer and made a name for herself in the sports modeling world, in addition to becoming a spokesperson for brands like Oakley, Adidas, and New Balance and appearing in Shape, Self and Women's Health magazines. In her free time, Dawn volunteers for organizations such as Girls on the Run and National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), a cause close to her heart. Dawn is also certified as a yoga instructor through Yoga Alliance, as a nutrition coach, a personal trainer, and is currently studying under The Chopra Center for meditation teacher certification.
Dawn is also a co-author to The New York Times Bestselling book “Tone It Up: 28 Days to Fit, Fierce” and Fabulous” and 2018 book “Tone It Up: Balanced and Beautiful: 5-Day Reset for Your Body, Mind, and Spirit.” Dawn starred on the Bravo reality series “Toned Up” in 2014.

Katrina Scott, Tone It Up Co-Founder Personal trainer turned creative visionary, lifestyle celebrity and new mom, Katrina Scott is the co-founder of Tone It Up, whose passion for fitness, a healthy lifestyle, and wellness has placed her at the forefront of the health and fitness industries.
Fate first introduced the then, personal trainer to triathlete and former sports model and host, Karena Dawn, at a Manhattan Beach gym in 2008. Inspiration and opportunity collided, and the girls started filming fitness videos for YouTube. The channel gained increasing attention from women across the country who became dedicated to their new trainers. Taking the world by storm with their fresh, fun, and friendly approach, Dawn and Scott built the Tone It Up lifestyle brand and community, a large and loyal network of likeminded women to lean on throughout the process. This inspiring, energetic “friend-to-friend" approach to fitness has made Tone It Up the go-to, one-stop destination for women seeking a fun, unique approach to achieving their best self.
Born and raised in New Hampshire, Scott found fitness at a young age, which shaped her life. After being teased in elementary school for her weight, Scott, wanting to feel healthy and confident, turned to her parents for support who then transformed her home basement into a gym fully equipped with weights, a bench, treadmill and music. Scott began creating workouts and meal plans from magazines and nutrition books before beginning her career at a vitamin store. Learning about nutrition and exercise inspired her to earn her bachelors degree her degree in Health Promotion and Fitness from Keene State College, where she studied Exercise Science, Sports Nutrition, Pre and Postnatal Wellness, and also earned her first certification in Group Fitness. After graduating, she worked as a Master Trainer and Fitness Instructor in Boston and started creating fitness videos. Scott then moved to California to pursue her dreams of creating fitness videos on the beach.
Scott has also received certifications in personal training, yoga, and is currently studying for Pre and Postnatal nutrition and fitness. Scott is a co-author to The New York Times Bestselling book “Tone It Up: 28 Days to Fit, Fierce” and Fabulous” and 2018 book “Tone It Up: Balanced and Beautiful: 5-Day Reset for Your Body, Mind, and Spirit.” Scott starred on the Bravo reality series “Toned Up” in 2014.
A portrait of Alli Webb
Alli Webb is an Entrepreneur, N.Y. Times Bestselling Author, and Founder of Drybar. After spending 15 years as a professional hairstylist, Webb left the professional hair industry in 2005 to start a family but decided to find a way to continue pursuing the creative side of hairstyling at a new-mom pace. She began offering affordable in-home blowout services to her mommy friends, which quickly expanded into a mobile operation by 2009.
In 2010, Webb opened the first Drybar in Brentwood, CA. Eight years later, over 100 locations across the U.S., Webb’s Drybar has exploded into a nationally-recognized and highly sought-after brand. Webb has also diversified the Drybar brand, creating a line of products and tools sold at popular retailers such as Nordstrom, Sephora, and Ulta.

Webb has been named one of the “100 Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company, featured on Fortune magazine’s “40 Under 40” list, recognizing her as one of the top young businesswomen in the world and Marie Claire’s “Most Fascinating Women.”

In July 2018, Webb launched a podcast with her brother and business partner Michael Landau called “Raising the Bar.” The weekly show provides a platform to budding entrepreneurs.

Webb recently joined season 10 of ABC’s Emmy-nominated hit show “Shark Tank” as a new guest shark. In March, Webb opened the doors to her next business venture Squeeze, a massage joint, that allows customers to fully customize their massage experience including booking and payment from the app. Squeeze’s first location is set in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Studio City.

Webb currently resides in Los Angeles, CA with her two sons.
A portrait of Kate Young
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