Firefighter/EMT, mom, hobby rancher, professional firearms instructor
As a former firefighter/EMT, Katina Morris saw first-hand what happened when victims couldn’t protect themselves from violence.
As a mother, Katina lived through her daughter’s experience as a victim of domestic violence. She decided that she wanted to educate women about firearms and how to protect themselves.
She is a professional firearms instructor and shooting chapter leader. She is continuously training and expanding her knowledge.
She is a passionate supporter of Second Amendment rights, an advocate for firearms education, and for empowering women to be their own first responders.
Katina enjoys working on her small ranch, loves her dogs and cows, hiking, quilting, photography, traveling, and spending time with family.