Katrina is the Community Engagement Manager for UNA-USA. In this capacity she works with a nationwide network of community chapters in their efforts to educate and advocate within their communities. She cultivates resources to build chapter sustainability and increases UNA’s presence by establishing new chapters. Prior to working with UNA-USA, Katrina worked at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. where she managed their nationwide scholarship programs and collaborated with congressional offices on events throughout the year focused on education, grassroots action, and woman empowerment. Katrina has studied abroad in France, Martinique, and has worked as an intern in Brussels, Belgium with the Belarus EU Business Council. Katrina has a bachelor’s degree in modern foreign languages from James Madison University and an master’s degree in international affairs from American University, where she focused on comparative regional studies and cross-cultural communications.