Katrina Radach joined Triangle Associates in 2019 as a member of the facilitation and public involvement team. With a background in oceanography and environmental policy, Katrina focuses on marine and natural resources projects. She is passionate about systemic change and bridging connections with communities about science, policy, and the environment. Katrina has experience with outreach, research, and communicating complex and technical information to a wide variety of audiences.
Katrina earned her master’s degree from Western Washington University with a focus on Environmental Studies and Policy. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Oceanography from the University of Washington. She has accomplished a wide variety of scientific research with NOAA, the University of Washington’s Applied Physics Laboratory, and the School of Oceanography. Before she worked at Triangle, she was a Washington Sea Grant Hershman fellow at The Nature Conservancy where she worked closely with Indigenous leaders, coastal communities, and multiple agencies on economic development, science and engagement resources, and coastal resiliency projects. She has additionally worked with communities around water rights, shoreline management plans, collaboration and marine policy throughout her time at ReSources in Bellingham.
Katrina grew up in Yakima, Washington, and has remained in Washington State to support Pacific Northwest communities around the nexus of the environment, policy, and science. When she is not at her desk or working, she can be found going for long runs, baking, bouldering, or falling in love with any fluffy animal.