Trudy Jacobson Presents: Katalin Fodor, Professional Photographer


“Great American Women” Series To Honor and Empower Great Women Doing Great Things In America SARASOTA, FL, UNITED STATES, November 1, 2022 / — Katalin Fodor has always known her passion was in the arts, even when she was a young child growing up in Hungary.

Her family moved to the Sarasota area in 1992 and as she pursued her interests, she found a passion in photography.

She started her own business, Fodor Fotos, and has a broad portfolio from weddings, family, outdoors, exotic cars and everything in between.

Another passion she has is sharing her vegan lifestyle on her own YouTube Channel called, “Katalin Fodor.”

She shares vlogs, dj’s music, product reviews, recipes and her dream goal is to connect communities by helping others grow bio-diverse food forests in their own front (or back) yards.

Trudy Jacobson is proud to sponsor a new series called Great American Women, which showcases stories of inspiring and ambitious female philanthropists and entrepreneurs. 

“I’m so grateful for my opportunities along the way. Now I want to play a major role in sharing the stories of other Great American Women.”

The women featured are business owners and leaders in their field who have great information and motivational stories to share.

“There are women who deserve to be recognized for what they’ve accomplished in life.”

The series also talks about the trials and tribulations the women have endured, and how hard work and their determination keep them going no matter what obstacles are thrown their way.

Trudy is familiar with adversity and has learned the importance of overcoming challenges. Early in her career she began working in the trucking business.

Being in a male-dominated business, she experienced discrimination but went on to become a very successful truck driver, worked up to management and alongside her husband, started a trucking company.

Her entrepreneurial accomplishments is what earned her the nickname “Lady Trucker”.

While experiencing her success, she had the misfortune of encountering a woman whom she thought was a friend, and whom she hired to help her with her public relations.

Over the course of 13 months, Trudy began to think something wasn’t right and realized she was being conned out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Never one to let adversity keep her down, she decided to move forward and make something good out of something bad.

“The main reason I’ve been successful is because I never make or accept excuses.”

She knows it’s important to celebrate success and not let problems get in the way of achieving dreams.



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