Katrina Everhart grew up in LA. She earned her Bachelor’s
at Stephens; Masters at University of Missouri,
and is ABD at Walden University. Specializing in conflict
resolution/mediation, qualitative and quantitative research,
systems theory, organizational behavior, project
management, competitive intelligence, sea research, integrative medicine,
and decision sciences, she’s worked in China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Vietnam,
and the US, training and conducting product research, product/service
development and marketing.
Past projects include Sprint’s DSL, Talking Call Waiting, P&G Floor Care,
American Express’s Leadership Development. She is an author, artist/weaver
(Blackfoot/Navajo styles), 180-year-old-family-farm manager, Certified Project
Manager, Indexer, Mediator, Parliamentarian, Researcher, Underwater
Naturalist/archaeologist. Her avocations include social entrepreneurship,
making buffalo and owl sculptures, yogurt, cheese, knitting, weaving, and
crocheting, and helping with genealogical research for heritage societies
like DAR and DAC.
Presentations include: Using Robert’s Rules of Order, Native American Justice,
Mark Twain, Missouri Indians, Olive VanBibber Boone, Thomas Paine
and Common Sense. She volunteers as a therapeutic clown, scuba dives
and racewalks competitively; she is a Barbeque Judge for KCBS, a Registered
Yoga Teacher (RYT) in Hatha and Kundalini yoga; is certified in Yoga in
Chairs for MS, Reiki Master, Pilates mat, ball, & reformer specialist, Tai Chi,
Qigong, and Zumba instructor.
To learn more about Katrina, product development, project management,
meditation, and decision sciences to think outside the box, email her at:
[email protected] or call 573-234-6222.