Katherine Schwarzenegger was born into fame. She became an accomplished author who stays in touch with her fanbase and is quite personable. Her persona exemplifies poise and expertise and is a powerful influence. Many are curious she went to college to master her craft.
Katherine Schwarzenegger did go to college. She graduated from the University of Southern Californa-Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism with a degree in Communications.
Katherine is a published writer, blogger, and influencer. She has written several books both before and after graduation from USC and has built an empire with millions of fans.
Her prestigious career is empowering to many women. So, what was her road to success?
How Katherine Schwarzenegger Came Into Her Own
Katherine is the daughter of Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Her mother is a journalist and author.
Her father is a well-known actor turned politician. This introduced communication mediums and influence on Katherine at an early age.
During her early years, Katherine had insecurities about her body.
To work through her issues she turned to writing and in 2010, she released, Rock What You’ve Got: Secrets to Loving Your Inner and Outer Beauty from Someone Who’s Been There and Back. This book explained her struggles and was meant to help others that were having the same experiences.
The young author gained a following from people that the book resonated with. Katherine was on her way as an influential artist.
After she graduated, she authored ‘I Just Graduated … Now What?: Honest Answers from Those Who Have Been There.’ This was a guide book on what to do after you graduate and offered some suggestions from successful, powerful, and focused people.
Katherine had carved out a piece of the spotlight for herself as an individual on merit. She remained responsive to her fanbase using social media.
After building confidence in women all over the United States, she turned her attention to a children’s book. In 2017, she released Maverick and Me which is about a puppy that gets adopted.
The degree from USC has been well-utilized across the course of her career. Katherine’s career is soaring and won’t be slowing down anytime soon. We know the career, so who is the person behind the spotlight?
We know that Katherine sets out to help women find confidence and security in who they are. She enjoys writing children’s books.
She is also an animal rights advocate. She supports several animal foundations such as Best Friends Animal Society and is an ambassador for the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
In 2019, she even teamed up with Pedigree to host a Podcast series on adopting dogs.
Katherine exposes a kind heart to all she meets and extends that to her fanbase. She recently wrote The Gift of Forgiveness: Inspiring Stories from Those Who Have Overcome the Unforgivable which exhibits tolerance and patience for the human condition.
Her public and personal deeds show that she is kind, compassionate, and empathetic. Her deep personal journeys are reflected in her writing and culminate into a strong, independent, caring, ambitious woman that can be a tremendously positive influence on others.
“When you have a partner who can love and support you throughout everything, that’s the greatest gift ever,” she said. “I’ve always felt incredibly supported by my siblings and my parents, but to have that in a partner and in my husband is another amazing gift to have.”
Katherine has been blessed with a supportive family and now a supportive husband. They proclaimed that their wedding day was the happiest day of their lives.
That may have recently changed with the birth of their daughter on August 9, 2020. We are sure to see more children’s books as Katherine and Chris move through raising a family and bedtime stories.
It is clear that fame and fortune, have guided but not dictated Katherine’s life. She is successful in her own right and empowers others to be.
She is an uplifting spirit with a kind soul and is someone that young women can look up to and aspire to be. Her fanbase finds her approachable and a wealth of inspiration and knowledge.
College may have perfected her craft, but her public actions and profile speak to her admirable nature.