Former Lawyer and Philanthropist in Vancouver, Canada
Katrina Sriranpong is of Thai descent, but born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. She attended the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University. She also pursued further studies in England, United Kingdom, at the University of Leicester and Oxford University.
She is a former lawyer and passionate philanthropist, which is exemplified through her strong and consistent support of charities dedicated to anti-human trafficking, especially of children, assisting refugees, caring for orphans and also advocating for animal rights and protection.
Katrina has a deep interest in assisting vulnerable populations and is dedicated to a number of humanitarian causes. Katrina frequently organizes fundraisers for the non-profit organizations she feels passionately about supporting.
Prior to having children, Katrina worked as the only Thai speaking immigration lawyer in British Columbia assisting immigrants and refugees settle in Canada. She is a vocal advocate for the rights of children in war-torn countries, and works to raise awareness about their immigration challenges.
Through donations of both money and time, Katrina supports many non-profit organizations in both Canada and around the world. She has fostered many connections throughout the business world, giving her the ability to successfully advocate for causes while also organizing effective fundraisers.
Some of the organizations in which she supports include Operation Underground Railroad, UNICEF, War Child, The Orangutan Project, New Hope Foundation, Soi Dog Foundation, and Elephant Nature Park.
She is a mother of two toddlers and enjoys spending time with her family travelling to Thailand, hiking around beautiful North Vancouver, reading about health and nutrition as well as advocating for vulnerable groups.