Katrina Egner is the President and Chief Executive Officer at Sound. Katrina Egner is responsible for setting the strategic direction for Sound.
Egner joined Sound as an intern in 1997. During her two-and-a-half-decade career with the organization, she has served in a variety of roles, including as a crisis services coordinator, mental health specialist and a director overseeing numerous critical programs: crisis services, admissions, the transition support program, re-entry case management services, the housing voucher program, mental health and veterans’ courts, and Sound’s commercial insurance business line.
Most recently she served as executive vice president and chief programs officer, where she was integral in implementing Reaching Recovery, a measurement-based model of service that customizes clients’ care based on their evolving needs while on their path to recovery.
She continues to exemplify her comment and commitment,“I am honored to lead Sound’s team of compassionate, dedicated professionals as we evolve to meet the changing needs of our community,” said Egner. “Sound is providing innovative, integrated care that combines behavioral health, substance use disorder and primary care coordination to treat the whole person. As our community grows, this work is more important than ever, and I am proud of the incredible people at Sound who make a difference every day.”
Egner is a licensed mental health counselor and child mental health specialist. She has a BA degree in Psychology from the University of Washington, and an MA in Couples and Family Therapy from Antioch University.