Katlin Suiter holds a B.S. in both Arts Management and Art History, and minors in Marketing and Spanish from Indiana University. She is currently pursuing both her Masters of Arts in Arts Administration and Masters of Public Affairs through IU’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Katlin has worked for the Eskenazi Museum of Art and Newfields, and currently works for the Mathers Museum of World Cultures as a Programming and Outreach Fellow and the Bloomington Entertainment and Arts District as an Arts and Cultural Fellow. Her research interests include cultural and arts policy, urban and economic development, community engagement, and local governance management. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family, hot yoga, going to festivals of all kinds, and visiting the local Bloomington Farmer's Market.