Katrina Voss worked as a bilingual broadcast meteorologist for The Weather Channel Latin America and AccuWeather and holds the AMS Seal. She is known for being a regular columnist for the secular humanist journal Free Inquiry magazine. Her work has also appeared in New Scientist, The Humanist, and Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society where she wrote about sharing a name with a devastating hurricane. After Hurricane Katrina's impact in 2005, her comments on hurricane naming and its psychological consequences were cited in the media.    She has also questioned the merits of the American Meteorological Society's phasing out of their Seal of Approval and replacement with the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) Seal.
- AccuWeather 
- American Meteorological Society  List of Sealholders.
- Free Inquiry 
- New Scientist 24 August 2009,  "Your genome isn't that precious – give it away."
- The Humanist (www.thehumanist.org) July/August 2009,  "If English was Good Enough."
- Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society June 2006,  "Hurricane Ergo Sum."
- USA Today July 10, 2006,  "Sharing a Name with 'the Genghis Khan of Hurricanes'."
- Wired Magazine (Wired Science) August 26, 2009  "What's in a (Hurricane) Name."
- ScienceLine July 26, 2006,  "Hurricane-Your Name Here."
- Discovery Channel (Discover Channel news website) July 10, 2006,  "Hurricane Naming Stirs Controversy."
- Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society May 2008, [permanent dead link] "On the Boxing of Broadcast Meteorologists."
- SciVee 
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