Katrina Marshall

Former Communications Officer for the Cambridgeshire NHS Trust & Founding Member of the PRCA Race & Ethnicity Board

  • Served as Co-Anchor of Mornin’ Barbados and Television Host at Giga Drive
  • Public Relations Executive for Red Advertising & Marketing
  • Written an Op-Ed article for Guardian News & Media
  • Judge for the PRCA DARE Awards
  • Communications Officer for the Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council

When Katrina Marshall is booked for events, they are known to discuss the following speaking topics:

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Intersectionality
Cultural Awareness
Communications

Katrina Marshall has been at the forefront of the PR, journalism and communications industry for twenty years. Katrina has worked in broadcasting, media production and worked with BBC World Service, The Guardian and other leading media organisations. Founding Member of the PRCA Race & Ethnicity Board, Katrina is motivated to raise awareness about diversity, inclusion and equity, intersectionality and culture. She is now available to hire as a keynote speaker for a wide range of events.

Katrina’s educational qualifications include a BA in Media Studies & Communications from De Montfort University. Early in her career, Katrina dove into on-screen roles such as Co-Anchor of Mornin’ Barbados and Television Host at Giga Drive. Katrina’s abilities as a presenter and journalist were evident in her role as News Anchor for the Caribbean Media Corporation, where her news programme was broadcast across 14 countries. As a Public Relations Executive for Red Advertising & Marketing, Katrina’s responsibilities included drafting communications for crisis management and liaising with the media frequently. She has also been a Content Writer for Barbados Tourism Marketing and a Senior Writer for Melanmag.com.

Katrina is also an outspoken advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion, often bringing attention to ways in which representation for marginalised groups can be increased. Her writing often highlights issues related to the Black & LGBTQ community. Having written an Op-Ed article for Guardian News & Media, where she tackled the sensitive subject of racism, Katrina is a regular choice to invite for a wide range of podcasts. Today, she conducts workshops at organisations to help them create a more inclusive environment for their diverse employees. In 2021 Katrina was also asked to be a Judge for the PRCA DARE Awards.

After serving as a Communications Officer for the Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, Katrina has recently returned to the realm of live event production and as a showcaller, given her expertise in the field. As a keynote speaker, Katrina brings light to vital topics such as racial diversity, equity and inclusion, intersectionality and cultural awareness, in and outside a corporate setting. Having spoken at the IABC conference and PRCA Midland Leaders Event, Katrina is a seasoned keynote speaker. Go ahead and hire her today!

Official Testimonials

Katrina Marshall is regularly booked to engage audiences at events, read their latest feedback below:

“Katrina’s CIPR EDI Podcast was amazing. The light she carries awakened my spirit in this area, that I have been building confidence in myself.”

Director of Communications & Engagement, Resuscitations Council UK

To enquire about Katrina Marshall for your event or corporate function, simply contact us via agent@diversity-inclusion-speakers.com or call a booking agent on 0203 9816 297.