Voice Production and Speech
AMDA Faculty since: 2019
Katina is happy to be at AMDA as a speech and voice teacher since 2019. A theatre major at Indiana University, Katina graduated from The Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City where she studied with Sanford Meisner and Bill Esper. She continued studies with Suzanne Shepherd, Zoe Caldwell and Stella Adler and completed her speech and voice training with her mentor and master teacher Robert Neff Williams of the Juilliard School. Katina recently joined the faculty of the Neighborhood Playhouse and has taught speech and voice and accent reduction at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, the School for Film and Television, and CUNY. She designs and delivers workshops, consults, and coaches privately, including working with business executives, lawyers, and other professionals. Accent reduction is a special focus of her work. Katina graduated summa cum laude from the Honors Program at Fordham University with BA in Communications.
Katina continues an active career as a voice-over artist and narrator for hundreds of commercials, audiobooks, films, and other projects. This year she has been busy recording for Audible.com and Recorded Books. She is a member of VASTA (Voice and Speech Trainers Association), and SAG-AFTRA.