Katrina is a Client Services Coordinator.
Katrina received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Whitman College. She earned honors on her senior thesis, in which she examined the effects of gender and emotionality on memory distortion. She presented this project at the Western Psychological Association conference in 2017 and the results contributed to the greater body of research on memory distortion and gender.
While at Whitman College, Katrina volunteered for the Whitman Mentor Program, a program providing positive role-models for at-risk youth, and served as program manager during her senior year. During this time, Katrina’s enthusiasm for working with at-risk youth and communities strengthened. Her experience working with children and adolescents as a Whitman Mentor Program volunteer, former Physical Education assistant, and trans-cultural camp counselor have inspired her to pursue an advanced degree and career in clinical psychology in order to combine her passions for research, academics, and service. In her free time, Katrina enjoys running, hiking, trying new restaurants and cuisines, and traveling.