Katrina has nearly three decades of experience in higher education. Prior to joining the staff at HNU, Katrina Fullman was an Online Instructional Designer at the University of California Office of the President. In this role, she worked with faculty across the UC system to design and develop online courses through the Innovative Learning Technologies Initiative. Katrina has also worked as an Instructional Designer and Emerging Technologies Librarian at Samuel Merritt University in Oakland and served as the Assistant Director of Instructional Resources and Media Services at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
In addition to her work in instructional design and technology, Katrina is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and independent video producer. Her work has been exhibited widely at film festivals, galleries, and museums in the US and abroad and she continues to produce videos for non-profits and social justice campaigns.
Katrina also has more than a decade of experience teaching film and media studies at colleges and universities including UC Davis, Berkeley City College, Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne, Columbia College Chicago, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She earned an MFA in film/video/new media from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BA in political science from Ohio State University.
Katrina is also Lecturer in the Multimedia Arts and Communication program at HNU.