About

Keely Cat-Wells is an Entrepreneur and Disability Activist dedicated to making social, systematic and economical change. Keely is the Founder/CEO of C Talent Llc, Zetta Studios Ltd, and Zetta Finance Ltd. Additionally, Keely is the VP of Business Development at Guotai Global™ Llc.

C Talent is a Los Angeles based talent management company that represents d/Deaf and disabled artists. C Talent has a London based sister company, CCA. These companies work in tandem on behalf of their clients to promote and represent their interests. They will typically handle the majority of all interactions between their client and an employer, they build and manage an artists full time career either in-front or behind the camera. They work with those who have previously been stereotyped, unauthentically mis-represented in the media, and they strive to always make sure their clients are included in the diversity conversation.

Zetta Finance matches select parties and individuals with top-tier projects and opportunities in various asset classes. Most frequently, Zetta Finance raises private equity for high profile film projects.

Keely is currently building a major film and TV studio fulfilling the excessive need for studio space in the UK. Zetta Studios will be the world’s first-ever studio to be fully accessible for people with disabilities, that is carbon neutral, and founded by a female. The studio will home the most innovative, revolutionary technology in the industry. An interconnected community providing a truly desired live-work space that is ‘lockdown’ friendly.

Guotai Global™ is an international trading and logistics company focused on commodities, technology, textiles, and medical supplies supporting the health, wellness, fashion, and beauty industries. Guotai and its subsidiaries together, are the largest importer of personal protective equipment into the United States, supporting Federal and State governments, cities, major retailers, medical supply companies, and hospital chains.

Keely is a proud ambassador of the #AllIn and #Inclusion movement, an elected member of Equity UK’s d/Deaf & Disabled committee, and in the British Film institutes Disability Advisory Group.

Keely combines her passion for the arts, zeal for good business and mission to give, to shape her call-to-action.

“I believe to change the world we have to learn to tell and listen to a new set of stories about the world that we want to create. The media is being watched all the time. The power of it is unimaginable. If we paint the wrong pictures about people with disabilities, the world will see it and believe it. We have to familiarize audiences seeing people with disabilities on their screen, authentically and in a new light. Knowledge is power and the media is a global teacher whether we actively realize it when we are watching entertainment or not”.