Katerina Gaita is the founding Director of Climate for Change. She is a climate communicator, specialising in community engagement. Her passion and expertise are in helping lay people to understand the problem and challenges we face in climate change then inspiring and empowering them to make a difference.
Katerina has over nine years experience in project and business management, including founding and growing a small sustainability business from conception to one with over 200 clients and 30 staff over four years.
Since 2001 Katerina has designed and delivered adult education and behaviour change workshops and training to a range of audience from lawyers to newly arrived migrants. She has trained with leaders in behaviour change and climate communication, including Doug McKenzie Mohr and Al Gore.
In 2010 Katerina was selected to complete a Centre for Sustainability Leadership Fellowship. From 2012 to 2014 she worked at Environment Victroia.
Prior to pursuing her passion in sustainability and environment, Katerina studied and worked in the field of law, working as an assistant to Amicus Curiae in the prosecution of Slobodan Milosevic, Professor Tim McCormack and publishing in the prestigious Intellectual Property Quarterly.