Lady Catherine Gross

Lady Catherine is an educator and a Master Certified Coach. She offers classes that focus on relationships, dominance and submission, physical skills, Master/slave, improving your sex life, personal development, house management, service, keeping relationships healthy and much more. She has logged 4000+ education hours teaching SR alone. She has served on both local and national boards, judged contests, staffed conferences in a variety of positions, and emceed and produced events/fundraisers for several charities and organizations. She is currently the co-producer of SouthEast LeatherFest in Atlanta, Georgia and a board member of the Leather Archives & Museum (LA&M) and MAsT-LI.

Catherine enjoys both having the opportunity to interact with large groups as well as the one-on-one contact that smaller events offer. She has presented classes at Frolicon, Black Rose, South Plains Leatherfest, Living In Leather by NLA-I, San Diego Leatherfest, SouthEast LeatherFest, Southwest Leather Conference, Together in Leather, Northeast Master/slave Conference, Leather University, Boys Camp, International Ms. Leather, Leather Leadership Conference, Pantheon, TES, Folsom Fringe, Orlando Bash, Great Lakes Leather Alliance, Tribal Fire, Leather Reign and at many more events. She was presented with the Black Rose Vaughn Keith National Educator Award in 2002 and Pantheon of Leather Southeast Region Service Award 2006 and Pantheon of Leather Business of the Year award in 2006.

She has also written a safety manual in use by more than a dozen organizations scattered from coast to coast. You can download a copy on her website at Follow her on Twitter @SuccessCoachPCC and

Catherine created Servant’s Retreat I & II, Nine Fold Path Seminar, and Foundations in Mastery. She is known for life changing weekend seminars. Visit her website for more information. She also offers private classes and coaching for couples and individuals.

“Teaching provides me with great joy. I love seeing emotional and intellectual connections made in class discussions. We’ve all contributed to educating each other in many ways. It’s my great fortune to participate in the creation of these moments.”