Mike Curb Programs in Creative Enterprise and Cultural Leadership

Natalie Booth

Natalie Booth


Natalie Booth recently completed her BA in the Arts (Arts Administration) from Arizona State University with an Arts Entrepreneurship Certificate and Socially Engaged Practice in Design & the Arts Certificate. While at ASU Natalie had many experiences to plan and facilitate drama sessions focused on the arts integration education and social change. Natalie also greatly enjoyed taking several performing arts classes and performing in a variety choirs. While in her third season in the ASU Gammage Cultural Participation Department, Natalie has coordinated a variety of community and educational events including the Molly Blank Fund Teaching Artists Program, High School Musical Theatre Awards, Camp Broadway, School to Work, and Tech Tours. In addition, Natalie finds ways to share her talents in the community whenever possible by organizing SplashMob (a paint dance class), teaching children’s Sunday school in church, and teaching beginning violin.

What is something you’ve learned in the Mike Curb MA in Creative Enterprise and Cultural Leadership program that will shape your future work?

In the Mike Curb MA in Creative Enterprise and Cultural Leadership program I have had the opportunity to learn from leaders and experts in the creative industries to more deeply understand innovation, leadership, and the complexities of the creative and cultural industries. This will be invaluable as I move forward as an artist, leader, and educator.