Katrina’s research interests include social entrepreneurship, nonprofit organizations, and collaboration. In the area of social entrepreneurship, she researches the similarities and differences between benefit corporations and nonprofit organizations. She is working on a study that explores the individual motivations and values of the founders of the two types of organizations. In the realm of nonprofit organizations, she examines the impacts of government regulations, such as the Internal Revenue Service’s 501(h) election and the Sarbanes Oxley Act, on nonprofit lobbying expenditures and governance practices. In the area of collaboration, she explores new models and frameworks that explain how the business, nonprofit, and public sectors work together to solve social and environmental problems including sharing of knowledge and resources, leadership and governance issues, and size and scope of collaborations.