Katie made her Olympic debut at Sochi 2014, where she missed a spot in the final by one place, finishing as top Canadian female halfpiper in 13th place overall, best Canadian out of both sexes.
Katie made her World Cup debut in December 2005 in Whistler. She recorded her best World Cup result in January 2010, finishing ninth in Stoneham, Quebec. Just a couple of weeks later, she was at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, not as a competitor, but as a forerunner for the halfpipe competition.
She is the current National Champion and four-time medalist at the Canadian championships. In 2013 she made her debut at the 2013 FIS World Championships in 2013 where she finished 15th
Katie speaks about passion and its importance while connecting the audience to her life experiences at the Olympics and how she made her dream a reality. She uses her experiences in getting to the Olympics and competing to convey messages about problem solving, over- coming challenges, time management, dealing with people, mentoring, and perseverance.