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Kristin Hess
Communications and Program Officer
Ext. 139, khess@indianahumanities.org

Think: in gray. Life is about depth and complexity; I’m energized by the ambiguity and intricacy.
Read: beyond the words. Everything human is art; there are colors, shapes, emotions and life to be discovered.
Talk: from the depths of what motivates you. Few things are more fulfilling than discovering yourself, your community and the planet through shared condition.

About Kristin
Kristin combines her talents to serve as a visual communicatior and program officer for Indiana Humanities. In addition to creating all of the organization's collateral material, Kristin travels with the Food for Thought exhibit across Indiana and documents the experience at FoodforThoughtIndiana.org.

She has a bachelor’s degree in visual communications and Spanish from Butler University, and enjoys bringing a creative perspective to address local and global issues of hunger, nutrition, food production, obesity, food security and safety. Kristin quickly fell in love with the Indiana food scene during a year-long art exhibition about farmers' markets that was featured at FoodCon, an event put on by Indiana Humanities and the Harrison Center for the Arts.

When she's not with the traveling exhibit, Kristin enjoys working with Made for Each Other to support Indianapolis community art projects. She also serves on Butler University's Young Alumni Board and participated in Lacy Leadership Association's "Opportunity Indianapolis" program.