Katherine Doble is the president and founder of INGAGE. Since founding the firm in 2011, Katherine has developed award-winning social media and online campaigns for all sizes of organizations, from top Fortune 500 companies to privately-owned businesses.
Recent Speaking Engagements
Katherine strives to continue to take INGAGE to the next level by engaging with other leading industry professionals.
How Business Can Pivot During COVID-19
Miami-Dade County Mayor, Daniella Levine Cava #OurCommunityCaresLearn more
Social Media Strategies Summit
Metrics in a Nutshell - Ideal Metrics to Track that Tie to Each Step of the Funnel
How to Use Social Media to Recruit and Increase SalesLearn more
Katherine in the News
DBR: Strategies to Gain New Business, Strengthen Relationships and Execute Deals in 2021
LegalTech: The ‘New Normal’ Digital Strategy Will Be Permanent and Imperative Post-Pandemic
Yahoo! Finance News: Targeted Facebook Ads Are About to Lose a Big Audience: iPhone Owners
Digital Trends: Facebook Ad Boycott Ends; What Did It Accomplish?
Learn more about Katherine
Katherine began her career managing public relations initiatives for non-profits. After securing media placements on 20/20, The New York Times, ABC News, and The Washington Post, Katherine began leveraging digital marketing to further the readership and encourage action. Her work for Americans for Immigrant Justice resulted in a 500% increase in donations for their annual campaign.
As consultant director for digital and branding at Schwartz Media Strategies, Katherine developed successful digital marketing campaigns for the City of Miami’s Miami Forever General Obligation Bond, the CocoWalk and Sunset Place redevelopment projects, and Miami WorldCenter.
Katherine developed the digital strategy and launched the social media accounts for David Beckham’s soccer team and stadium, Inter Miami Club de Futbol.
Under Katherine’s direction, INGAGE’s past and current client roster includes Barry University, The Florida Bar, Urban Land Institute, Kraft Foods, Coca Cola, Mondelez, Procter and Gamble, Oxygen Development, Miami Beckham United, Miami Downtown Development Authority, Pipeline Workspaces, and the Pinecrest Business Association.
She was recognized by Ford and Lincoln Motor Companies for her extensive work in the community and leadership example and received the “Mujeres Legendarias” and “Damas de Lincoln” awards.
Katherine’s insights into social media trends have been published in NBC Latino, The Miami Herald, South Florida Business Journal, Bulldog Reporter, O’Dwyers, and Customized Delivery and Logistics Association (CLDA) quarterly publication.
Organizations She's Part of and Supports
Katherine serves as Vice President of BNI’s largest Miami-Dade chapter and is a Pinecrest Business Association board member. She is also a member of the Miami Downtown Development Authority’s Arts Grants Committee and the Perez Art Museum’s Corporate Cocktail Committee. Katherine is a Girl Scout Troop Leader for two troops based in the North Miami area and the secretary of the local service unit.