Katrina Martich is a deaconess, speaker, and consultant. Through her Living Connected project, she serves people of faith and congregations who want to live into right relationship as they use the gifts of Creation. Her writing is availabile through her Facebook page and blog.
Katrina curates the commentary series for Lutherans Restoring Creation. We are continuously inviting new eco-theology commentaries that speak to today’s events and concerns. If you have have questions about our commentaries or would like to write one, email Katrina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Katrina brings to her ministry over twenty years of practical experience as an environmental engineer in public and private sector positions. She is a consecrated deaconess by the Lutheran Diaconal Association, a licensed professional engineer in Texas and New Mexico, and a Certified Professional in Sediment and Erosion Control. Katrina now lives in Spokane, Washington, with her spouse and two rescued cats. In her spare time, you’ll find Katrina on the trail, watching birds, or working to convert her yard into a thriving ecosystem.