Katrina Browne, Founder of The Tracing Center on Histories and Legacies of Slavery, and produced/directed Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North, about her slave-trading ancestors from Rhode Island. It took nine years, and 500 parties to make this film and dialogue groups. The film contributed to the Episcopal Church atoning for its role in slavery. Traces of the Trade premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and aired on PBS reaching over 1.5 million people. An Emmy nomination and honors from the Rhode Island Black Heritage Society among others followed. Katrina co-founded Public Allies in twenty cities to recruit young people of all backgrounds to engage in public service. She has an M.A. in theology from Pacific School of Religion. Katrina is a speaker, trainer and facilitator on the interplay of history, memory, identity and the politics of race. Her passion is to connect emotions, structural racism and how to untangle it all.