Katrina Douglas has been a Ross Buehler Falk team member since 2018. After attending a year at West Chester University, she decided to enter the workforce. She is one of the administrative assistants that help to keep the office running smoothly – both virtually and in-person! Her organization skills extend beyond the office through her volunteer work. She leads a science-based program for pre-k children and has helped with 5k races that support literacy in Lancaster County.
Want to get to know Katrina even better? We asked a variety of silly questions, and here’s what we learned:
What year did you join Ross Buehler Falk?
Tell us a little about where you attended college and the degree(s) you earned? Any special accomplishments.
I attended 1 year at West Chester University before coming home and entering the workforce. I am proud of the volunteer work I’ve done; volunteering for a 5k race that supports literacy in Lancaster County since its inception over 5 years ago and helming a science-based program for pre- K children.
What is your favorite thing about living in Lancaster/Pennsylvania?
The location is great. It’s so easy to visit so many places along the east coast, cities, and beaches, without having to spend days traveling.
Tell us a little about your family.
I have a large extended family and a small immediate family. Both of my parents come from large families in Indiana (the state!) so I have the pleasure of having almost 50 first cousins. On the immediate side, my husband and I enjoy spending time with our nieces and nephews. We have 3 cats, Jupiter, Ghost, and Samson, and a dog, Princess.
If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?
Read and bake more.
What fictional place would you most like to visit?
Wonderland, it would be wild but so much fun!
What is a new skill that you would like to master?
What do you wish you knew more about?
What’s the farthest you’ve ever been from home?
Southern California on a cross country road trip I took with my best friend after high school.
What is the most impressive thing you know how to do?
I’m really good at trivia.
What was the best compliment you’ve ever received?
That I have common sense!
What silly accomplishment are you most proud of?
I’ve read over 100 books in 1 year.
What is your favorite smell?
If you had a clock that would countdown to any one event of your choosing, what event would you want it to countdown to?
My 100th birthday?
When was the last time you climbed a tree?
I can’t remember, I used to climb them a lot as a kid.
What’s the most unusual thing you’ve ever eaten?
What was your first job?
TCBY, I got to eat free yogurt every shift!
If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
Time-travel? It seems like it would be pretty neat to see certain events when they were happening, but I definitely wouldn’t want to stay in the past!