Katrina Marsh is Director of Environment and Natural Resources Policy for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
Katrina Marsh is Director of Environment and Natural Resources Policy for the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Canada's largest business association.
Katrina comes to the Canadian Chamber by way of Natural Resources Canada, where she focused on renewable energy policy as well as the role of resources in the Canadian economy. Prior to joining the government she worked in the policy division of the Canadian Consulate in New York as well as media organizations in Guyana and Ghana. Her
introduction to Canadian politics came through her participation in the Parliamentary Internship Program.
Katrina schooled in International Development Studies and Economics at Trent and Dalhousie Universities. Aside from energy policy, Katrina’s main interests include promoting Ottawa through Apt613, a local arts and culture website she co-founded in 2008.