Katrina Scotto di Carlo

Co-founder and Creative Director, Supportland

Katrina Scotto di Carlo is co-founder and creative director of Supportland, an innovation company dedicated to building thriving and resilient communities. She was a member of the City of Portland's Socially Responsible Investment Committee and was instrumental in forming the landmark decision of the Portland City Council to divest from all corporate securities in April 2017. She has spent the last decade advocating for mainstreet economies through policy, public speaking, and as a social entrepreneur, including co-founding both Placemaker (a technology platform that strengthens mainstreet businesses and builds community wealth) and Portland Made (an ecosystem support for the local Maker Movement). Contrary to the divisiveness of American politics, Katrina prides herself on maintaining friendships across ideological lines and welcomes worldviews contrary to her own. She holds a B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley. Katrina is a Fellow of Salzburg Global Seminar.

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