Katrina has been helping nonprofits maximize fundraising revenue since she founded her company, Turnkey, in 1989. She works with organizations like the ALS Association, March of Dimes, Susan G. Komen and UNICEF, using the principles of behavioral science to create attachment and high fundraising in volunteers. Her clients’ successes and her dedication to research have made her a sought-after speaker. She presents regularly at national conferences for Blackbaud, Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum, Nonprofit PRO P2P, and her clients’ national meetings, to name a few. Katrina also regularly shares her wit and business insights on NonProfit PRO as a blogger with her husband Otis Fulton, Turnkey’s behavioral science expert and co-author of their book, Dollar Dash – the Behavioral Economics of Peer-to-Peer Fundraising. In her spare time, she participates in jiu-jitsu competitions and enjoys extreme gardening whenever the weather permits.