Katrina Woodcox

Katrina Woodcox

Katrina comes to CFA with over 20 years of experience in non-profit management, development, and community engagement. Before joining CFA, Katrina served as the Executive Director for Butte Humane Society (BHS), where she focused on creating annual campaigns, major gifts and planned giving programs, as well as fostering donor-centered, stewardship-rich development programs to help grow and sustain donor giving. Katrina successfully led the most recent capital campaign for BHS, raising funds needed to build a 25,000 square-foot facility, veterinary hospital, and campus that has become an animal welfare hub in northern California. From serving as campaign manager to acting as BHS project manager during construction, Katrina gleaned valuable insight and first-hand experience that she is eager to share with others in the pursuit of reaching their organizational campaign goals. Prior to BHS, Katrina was the Executive Director for the Downtown Chico Business Association where she managed operations for fundraising, communications, and marketing, and the production of major community events.

Katrina has also served as an independent consultant, working with a variety of nonprofit agencies throughout northern California to identify and achieve development and marketing goals. She has helped clients with creating and implementing fundraising plans, researching and writing grant proposals, program assessments, event planning, and donor cultivation and acquisition in order to improve programs, operations, and fundraising efficiencies.

As a Senior Consultant with CFA, Katrina focuses on providing Development Assessments, Campaign Feasibility Studies, Campaign Counsel and Strategic Planning. Katrina uses her past non-profit management experience, capital campaign knowledge, development acumen and her passion for storytelling to help find the right solutions for CFA’s partners.

As the parent of a child with autism, Katrina also founded a small non-profit agency to serve families of children with special needs when her children were younger. She currently leads a group called “Mighty Moms United,” helping parents of adults with developmental disabilities plan for the long-term care of their children.

Katrina currently resides in Chico, California, and holds a BA in Journalism/Public Relations from the California State University, Chico.