Katrin is the Associate Director of Solutions Development and Innovation for Urban Water.
Prior to joining the 100 Resilient Cities, Katrin has been instrumental in improving water and sanitation delivery in some of the most economically challenged countries in the world. She has spent 15 years developing capacities of organizations and building partnerships to produce lasting and meaningful results in improving water supply and sanitation service provision in developing countries across Africa and the Middle East. Her professional experience includes planning, design and implementation of urban water and sanitation projects, organizational development of sector institutions, capacity development and training of utility and government staff, socio-economic assessments, economic and financial analysis, tariff setting, performance monitoring and regulation.
Most recently, she led a team of 20 experts and support staff providing assistance to municipalities in South Sudan to establish water utilities to improve water supply and sanitation service provision in urban areas.
Katrin is fluent in German and English and holds an advanced degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Hannover, Germany.