Director of Programs
Katrina Kazda is Director of Programs at Sustainable America, working to expand the organization's food and fuel programming regionally and nationally.
Prior to joining Sustainable America, Katrina served as Managing Director at the Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts, a Boston based non-profit with the mission to build economies that are local, green and fair.
worked on a variety of international development initiatives including the development of the Asian University for Women
, a new regional university for women based in Chittagong, Bangladesh-planned as a model of sustainable development in the region-and more recently, the Lighting a Billion Lives campaign- a rural solar lighting program led by The Energy and Resources Institute
based in New Delhi, India.
Katrina received her B.A. in Visual Anthropology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and her M.A. in Sustainable International Development from Brandeis University.