our leadership team
Katrina earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and a minor in music from Rutgers University. She worked for AIG in Philadelphia for two years before returning to Rutgers for a master’s degree in business administration. She then felt the call of the West and moved to California, where she continued a career in sales, got married and started a family.
Since 2011 she and her family have made their home in Greenville, SC. She spends her time reading, volunteering, nurturing her love for all types of music, searching for fountain Pepsi in the South and, most of all, keeping her kids — ages 9, 7, 5 and one on the way — entertained.
As a passionate teacher for residents, medical students and her patients, Dr. Holmes was awarded numerous honors for education including the University-wide Educator-Mentor award and a national award from the American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists for patient education. As an excellent clinician respected by her peers, she was also named among the Best Doctors in America.
She served as director of the MUSC Teen Clinic and created a clinic for sexual assault survivors. As a nationally recognized advocate for adolescent health, she has served on the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ Committee on Adolescent healthcare and worked with the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy. Locally, she is on the Board of Directors for the SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy and works on the Advisory Board for Amaze.org, a global sexuality education project. In addition to co-authoring the Girlology series of books, she has written numerous scientific papers and textbook chapters as well as articles and guest blogs.
Currently, Melisa divides her time between seeing patients as a Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecologist at Greenville Health System, growing Girlology and Guyology, and spending time with her husband and three children in Greenville, South Carolina. When she's not in ``work`` mode, she enjoys painting, cooking, playing with her pre-teen daughter, and getting facetime calls from her college daughters.
Melisa Holmes, MD, FACOG
Currently, in addition to leading Girlology and Guyology programs, she practices in the Student Health Center at the College of Charleston. Working in college health gives Trish more than enough exposure to the issues facing teens today. Her years of clinical practice and her warm and non-judgmental approach have made her a highly trusted and respected physician among kids, college students, and parents alike. Additionally, she provides the same level of care and concern as a medical mission team leader on regular trips to underserved countries. Trish and her family have developed a special connection with a village in Honduras where they deliver hope, empowerment and medical services.
When she’s not seeing patients or leading programs, Trish is helping to train other physicians to take Girlology and Guyology programs to their communities. She enjoys hanging out with like-minded folks and also just being social. Outside of work, Trish spends time boating, spinning, attempting basic yoga poses, and creating new dishes in the kitchen with her two teen daughters and her husband in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.
Trish Hutchison, MD, FAAP
Betsy hails from Manning, SC and attended the College of Charleston. After a short stint in Jackson, Wyoming, she spent her years in sales in Charlotte, Asheville, Columbia, and Charleston. She and her husband moved to Mt. Pleasant in 2003 where they are living Girlology & Guyology every day with a child, a tween and a teen. If you see Betsy outside of Girlology or without her kids, she’s likely running, volunteering at church or school, or visiting with family.
our board of directors
Account Director, Meredith Corporation
Securities Operations VP, Goldman Sachs
New York, NY
Melisa Holmes, MD
Trish Hutchinson, MD