Katrina M. Oliver has almost 20 years of professional experience working with families and youth in the state of Florida. She specializes in assisting families in navigating the child welfare system by providing referrals and counseling; leading foster and adoptive families through the home study process; and managing a Specialized Therapeutic Foster Care Program while advocating for the mental health needs of children and adults.
She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Florida where she attained a bachelor's degree in Human Resource Development. She also holds a master's degree in Counseling and Psychology from Troy University. Katrina is a Certified Adoption-Competent Mental Health Professional (Rutgers University), a Certified Child Protection Licensing Supervisor (The Florida Certification Board), a Certified MAPP & Professional Parenting Trainer (State of Florida), and a former Certified County Mediator (Florida Supreme Court).
As a self-proclaimed "Life Strategist", Katrina is committed to helping people maneuver various life transitions through advocacy, assessment, coaching, and accountability services. Katrina is a multi-passionate wife and mother of two who understands the strengths, stressors, and needs of today's family unit and has a demonstrated desire to assist others toward positive outcomes. Katrina has strong ties to the Tampa Bay community where she was born and raised. She is an active member of the Greater Tampa Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. and the Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.