Carol Lee Cathey

Title: President
Company: Manchester Sky
Location: Charlotte, NC United States

A teacher by trade, Carol Lee Cathey decided to form Manchester Sky after the death of her husband. Manchester Sky is an innovative entertainment and educational research and development company with the goal of being a leading innovator and designer of safe and age appropriate children’s entertainment, educational products, programs and technology solutions. Through research, it became evident to Ms. Cathey and her team that there was a need to take responsibility and ownership of the world children will someday inherit. The goal of the company is to teach kids how to be good citizens, give back to their community, and love and respect life, people and animals.

Prior to forming this company, Ms. Cathey spent years working in the North Carolina public school system as a first grade teacher. She also wrote stories for children’s books, and co-founded the Rugby and Reme series. Her greatest strengths are her leadership abilities and her family, friends and children.

To prepare for her career, Ms. Cathey earned a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education from the University of Minnesota. She is an honored member of The International Women’s Leadership Association, and supports the missions of Manchester Sky Children’s Educational Foundation, Give Kids the World, Camp Care, Holy Angels, and Make-A-Wish. When Ms. Cathey isn’t working, she enjoys golf, needlepoint, and reading.

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