Katz is ICA’s director of marketing and communications. She leads the development of multichannel strategies to drive engagement and raise visibility of ICA’s full program. She oversees advertising and brand strategy, design, data collection and analysis, crisis communications, and media relations. She is energized by her work with artists, makers, and creatives, which shapes her approach to fulfilling ICA’s long-term mission-driven goals with care, intention, and foresight.
Katz previously served as marketing manager at the Jewish Museum in New York while also focusing on museum accessibility initiatives there and at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Her previous experience as an arts educator, and as a writer and researcher for ARTnews, have informed her current experiences.
Katz holds an MA in art education from New York University and a BA in English and art from Syracuse University, and has taken coursework at the International Center of Photography in New York. She holds certificates in meditation and mindful leadership training. She is a photographer whose work explores the complexities of place through landscapes that are connected to identity and home.