Katrina Connors

Katrina is an experienced program director with over 10 years’ experience managing interdisciplinary teams and collaborative research projects on Pacific salmon ecology and management. As the Director of the Salmon Watersheds Program at the Pacific Salmon Foundation, Katrina works to develop analytical tools and standardized approaches for evaluating the status of Pacific salmon populations and their habitats throughout BC. Katrina holds a Bachelor’s degree in Geography from the University of Victoria and a Master’s of Resource Management from Simon Fraser University. Katrina is currently pursuing her doctorate at Royal Roads University where she is examining the causes and consequences of scale mismatches between salmon ecosystems and environmental impact assessments in the Skeena River Watershed.