Deputy Director of Development
Katelyn Fatzler has worked with SOPAC for seven years and has been a part of the SOMA community for more than 10 years.
Katelyn thrives on music and attending live performances. She was flutist in a youth band for eight years and a radio DJ for four years. Katelyn is a Seton Hall University graduate with a B.A. in Journalism and applies her communications background to her work at SOPAC.
Since her start at SOPAC in 2016, Katelyn has worked in several departments, including Audiences Services and Community Engagement, before finding her home in Development in 2018. She is currently pursuing a Certificate in Fundraising through New York University’s School of Professional Studies.
Katelyn believes in arts accessibility, understanding the benefits of creativity and mental health, and values SOPAC’s work toward providing more inclusive arts opportunities. She enjoys connecting with patrons, artists, local businesses and learning about their own SOPAC story.