Katheryn Rhodes has her Masters in Civil and Environmental Engineering from SDSU, and is a Registered Civil Engineer in the State of California. She has written many Geotechnical Investigations with an emphasis on foundation design. Projects include several structures at UC San Diego, various master planned communities, public building including Fire and Police Stations,
Katheryn Rhodes was born in Lima, Peru, then moved to Hawaii, and ultimately San Diego in 1971.
Through advocacy Katheryn has made many contributions to her community including her research on legacy contaminants in shipyard sediments, stopping the dredging of Children’s Pool in La Jolla and changes to State law to allow Marine Mammal Park as an acceptable use, re-establising the wild bird Drip fountain at Cabrillo National Monument, and Homeless and Affordable Housing funding solutions.