One of the things many gay men struggle with the most is finding their passion and purpose. Landing in that career that truly lights them up. But what if it was as easy as getting clear, taking the first step, being unafraid of change, and then taking the leap? It can be that simple, even though it won't be easy. Scott Gatz, founder of Q.Digital, the media company behind GayCities, Queerty and LGBTQ Nation, takes us on his journey of navigating his career, fatherhood, and the never ending pursuit of passion and purpose.
Throughout his life, Scott has managed to turn his hobbies into his career. His love of TV news led him to NBC News, Good Morning America, and Lifetime. Later, his passion for tech drew him to startups and to Yahoo! where he led products including My Yahoo! and Yahoo! Search. This experience ultimately resulted in his latest and most personal endeavor, in which he founded Q.Digital, the media company behind GayCities, Queerty and LGBTQ Nation.
Through these sites, Scott hopes to enhance the lives of LGBTQ people across the globe; helping them to live their lives to the fullest. Q.Digital enables dozens of major brands such as HBO Max, Mastercard, Nissan, Macy's, Lexus, and Target to connect with our community in a way that only an LGBTQ-owned and operated network can do; creating touch points through custom branded content, video, live events, sweepstakes, high-impact display, and more. Aside from work, Scott is an avid traveler and lover of pop culture.
Scott and his husband live in the Castro district of San Francisco with their 12-year-old son, and he is actively involved in furthering opportunities for LGBTQ families and aspiring parents.
Are you a guy who keeps struggling to do that thing? You know the thing you keep telling yourself and others you’re going to do, but never do? Then it’s time to get real and figure out why.
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