Katina Madianos-Fiore’s background is primarily in nonprofit and association management with some time spent in public service. She comes to us most recently from the Safer Buildings Coalition (SBC), a national nonprofit public safety trade association, where she worked with stakeholders across the country on membership, seminars and events, governance and administration issues.
Prior to her tenure at the SBC, Katina worked at the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA), a training and advocacy organization for law enforcement where she handled membership, member services and a product testing program.
She has worked in and around Philadelphia for such diverse nonprofits as the American Red Cross, Legacy Youth Tennis and Education and a nonprofit professional sports event. Her focus has been on overseeing membership and member services, planning and executing special events, creating communications pieces, garnering corporate sponsorships, liaising with volunteers and committees, organizing community relations projects and everything in between.
Her previous association management experience was with the SBC, NTOA and the Montgomery Bar Association in Norristown, PA.
During and after graduate school, Katina worked in the Mayor’s Office in Manhattan, responding to and solving constituent complaints and emergency situations across New York City.
Katina has a bachelor's in political science from Drexel University and an MPA from the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University. Katina lives just outside Philadelphia and has two daughters, one dog and two guinea pigs.