Executive Director

Kellie Cutler : kellie@ca-tt.com

Kellie brings 17 years of non-profit administrative and management experience from various organizations in the Reno Tahoe area. Previous Executive Director experience includes positions with Parasol Community Collaboration and North Tahoe Arts. Kellie will oversee CATT programs and initiatives, and coordinate staff activities with committees and the Board of Directors. In addition, Kellie will assume the role of Administrator for C.A.T.T. Community Project, CATT’s sponsored 501 c3 charitable organization.

 

Communications & Membership Manager, South Lake Tahoe Government Affairs Manager

Natalie Yanish: natalie@ca-tt.com

Natalie has a background in advocating for trade assocations, has been involved with many local government committees, and is passionate about policy making and land use issues. As a community advocate and REALTOR in both California and Nevada, her work has focused on protecting property rights, encouraging development/redevelopment, and engagement on various other federal, state, and local issues.

She is an elected official as a Trustee on the Kingsbury General Improvement District. In 2015 Natalie was awarded a Master of Communication Management from the University of Southern California, which emphasized business adminstration, public relations, organizational strategy, global marketing, and stakeholder engagement.

 

 

Truckee North Tahoe Government Affairs Manager

Patrick Flora: patrick@ca-tt.com

Bio coming soon

 

Office & Events Manager

Lydia Carrillo: info@ca-tt.com

Lydia has had several years of Office Management experience starting her Truckee career working with the KidZone Museum, the Community Collaborative and then to the Family Resource Center of Truckee.  She has spent several years perfecting her office management skills in the for-profit world and is now looking forward to working as a CATT team member, working to link up the local workforce with the local community. 

Lydia and her husband are native southern Californians who moved to Truckee in 2005.  She has two daughters who attend the local school district.  She spent the last several years as a Girl Scout Leader for both daughters and on the Girl Scout Leader Team receiving a Volunteer of Excellence award in 2018.  When not attending sports activities for her daughters, she is relaxing near the lake or reading a good novel.