Katrina has been practicing immigration and naturalization law since 1999.
Katrina received both her Juris Doctor from the Washington College of Law and her Master’s Degree in International Affairs at American University in Washington, DC.
Her passion for immigration law was solidified during her service as a 3rd year law student in the International Human Rights Law Clinic. She represented clients in asylum matters before the Immigration Court and Board of Immigration Appeals and in human rights violation cases.
Katrina completed the Loyola University School of Law Study Abroad Immigration Law and Language Program in Cuernavaca, Mexico in the summer of 1997. She also was employed by the former Immigration and Naturalization Service (currently USCIS) and the Department of State.
Katrina is an active member of her community.
She’s a graduate of the Frisco Chamber of Commerce Leadership Frisco Class XV where she served as the Chair of the International Business and Marketing Center Committee. She currently serves as Vice-Chair on the Frisco Chamber of Commerce International Business Council. Katrina is a community educator and is interested in partnering with local organizations to bring immigration related topics of interest to the local community.
She’s an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the Maryland state bar.