Katrina

Katrina de Schiffert,
Associate Producer

My heart pounded in my throat as I held the phone to my ear and listened to my doctor explain
“Knowing your identity is important, it gives us hope, it gives us a future.”
What becomes of women and men in the sex trade who desperately want out and a better life? Context Producer, Katrina
"I don’t see how we can heal or move toward reconciliation if we aren’t prepared to forgive. It is needed
A special re-airing of Molly Thomas and Greg Howes travels to the largest refugee camp in the world - Cox's
  By: Katrina de Schiffert Many women dream of finding their perfect white dress for their wedding day. But today's wedding industry is

My heart pounded in my throat as I held the phone to my ear and listened to my doctor explain

“Knowing your identity is important, it gives us hope, it gives us a future.”

What becomes of women and men in the sex trade who desperately want out and a better life? Context Producer, Katrina

"I don’t see how we can heal or move toward reconciliation if we aren’t prepared to forgive. It is needed

A special re-airing of Molly Thomas and Greg Howes travels to the largest refugee camp in the world - Cox's

  By: Katrina de Schiffert Many women dream of finding their perfect white dress for their wedding day. But today's wedding industry is

Katrina de Schiffert began her career at Context as an intern. After graduating from Redeemer University College with a degree in media and communications she stepped into the role of associate producer for Context. Her main interests are in covering social issues. Katrina lives in Hamilton, Ontario with her husband Justin and son Judah.