View a PDF of Katrina's résumé here.
After earning her M.S. in Space Studies in 2013 with a thesis on "The Influence of Television and Film on Interest in Space and Science," Katrina worked as a science video producer at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, where she led multimedia production for the Hubble Space Telescope. Learn more about Katrina's work for NASA here.
Currently, Katrina works as an associate science producer for the NHK General Bureau for America, as a freelance producer for the American Geophysical Union's Third Pod from the Sun podcast, and as a freelance film and video editor.
In 2022, Katrina researched, produced, scripted, edited, and narrated the documentary “Behind the Name: James Webb Space Telescope'' for the JustSpace Alliance, a nonprofit advocating for a more inclusive and ethical future in space. The video discussed James Webb's role in the Cold War and Lavender Scare, experiences of LGBTQIA+ people in astronomy, and why many people want to change the name of NASA's newest observatory. Press coverage included the documentary airing on Democracy Now.
Katrina has been active in community theatre over the years as a performer, director, producer, choreographer, and publicity manager. She’s been an on-camera host for both live and edited NASA programming, and an on-stage host for the USA Science & Engineering Festival.