Katina is a knowledge attorney at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, LLP in Denver, CO, where she leverages her expertise in intellectual property, technology transactions and corporate law. Her well-rounded legal background includes positions in private practice at Dorsey & Whitney LLP (partner) and Baker Hostetler LLP (counsel), at an in-house law department (HCL America (senior corporate counsel)) and within academia (University of Denver (visiting assistant professor)).
Katina has been civically engaged throughout her professional career, and has considerable experience serving on non-profit boards. She is currently a Trustee of the Museum of Contemporary Art – Denver. She previously served eight years on the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, helping implement and enforce the state’s anti-discrimination laws, and six years on the Denver Citizen Oversight Board, which addresses police misconduct. She was also a board member of the Colorado Lawyers Trust Account Foundation (COLTAF), which helps provide legal services statewide to underserved members of the community, and of One Colorado, a LGBT advocacy and education organization.
Katina graduated summa cum laude from Capital University Law School after earning her Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Pennsylvania. In addition to her continuing legal education, she recently received her 200-hour yoga instructor certification.