Katrine has always had had a strong passion for the environment, and the species encompassed within it. She has a BSc from the University of Kent in Wildlife Conservation with a year in Professional Practice. She previously worked with Wild Otters conducting field research into the Smooth-coated Otter alongside other small mammals such as the Critically Endangered Indian Pangolin in India. She has also conducted fieldwork into the African Elephant in South Africa. Her thesis studied the activity budgets and behaviours of Smooth-coated Otters in a human-dominated landscape.
Katrine currently works as an Academic Editor specialising in Plant and Life Sciences, reading about the global issues we are facing due to climate change on a daily basis. She has also worked for the Ubantu Foundation, supporting projects involving women empowerment and poverty alleviation in India.