Through a dynamic career in television production that has taken her from New York back to Vancouver, Katrina Prescott has made her industry mark and continues to feed her creativity with new challenges. She has amassed a wealth of experience behind the camera. A dedicated leader combining analytical skills with fresh and innovative approaches, Katrina strives towards attaining the best results and faces challenges head on with a “make it happen” approach.
Katrina was a full time caregiver, at home to her mom living with dementia for until 2022. Passionate about supporting change and creativity in dementia care and caregiving, she lends her time and knowledge to aid research and development for various organizations studying dementia and caregiving including CDLRN, Family Caregivers of BC, West End Seniors Network, Alzheimer’s Society of BC’s Leadership Group of Caregivers, UBC’s Patient & Community Partnership for Education to name a few.
Outside of production, Katrina is a dedicated community advocate and innovator. She has created programs and received funding for environmental initiatives, combatting seniors’ isolation and mitigating hunger. Recently, Katrina used her talents to develop a campaign to raise money in support of Indigenous-led movements on Canada’s first National Day For Truth and Reconciliation. One Day’s Pay went viral and raised almost half a million dollars in about a week.