Katrina Huff-Larmond was raised on the north shore of Massachusetts. She currently resides in the town of Randolph, Massachusetts with her husband Frank, son Michael and dog Andre.
Katrina’s love for community started at a young age. As a first generation college graduate from Northeastern University she devoted her early years towards the healing, support and stabilization of children and their families across the commonwealth. Her passion grew and so did her devotion to work for the people.
In 2015, Katrina was elected as the first woman of color on the Randolph Town Council. In 2018, Katrina was elected as the first woman of color to serve as Vice President of the Randolph Town Council. Since 2015, Katrina has been working tirelessly alongside eight other town councilors, town manager, and residents to advance the town of Randolph.
During the COVID-19 outbreak, Katrina was one of the first to recognize the importance of public outreach in combating this virus. Because Randolph is a high-risk community, it was essential to educate the people about the effects of COVID-19. At the beginning of the outbreak, Katrina was vocal about the importance of Randolph receiving resources to create vaccination centers. Katrina worked collaboratively with others to conduct webinars and forums in multiple languages to ensure that all residents were knowledgeable about the virus.
In addition to her role as a town councilor, Katrina is a social worker and professor of social work who received her Master of Social Work degree from Simmons University. She has always been interested in standing up for, protecting, and serving people. As a social worker and a town councilor, she has worked to improve the well-being of people from all walks of life, including women, the BIPOC community, the LGBTQ+ community, youth, young adults, college students, those who learn differently, those who suffer from mental health issues, the disabled, elders, and working class.