Katrina leads the Economic Advancement Program at CLSEPA. The Economic Advancement team seeks to improve economic security for our most vulnerable families by removing barriers to employment and enforcing workplace and consumer rights for our clients. Katrina received her J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law where she graduated with a Public Interest Certificate. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in African and African American Studies and English from Stanford University. Before working with CLSEPA, Katrina was a Graduate Fellow at the Northern California Innocence Project and volunteered with the Pro Bono Project of Silicon Valley, representing clients in restraining order and child custody hearings.