Meet the SCAC’s Catherine Ntube
Specialist for Arts Organizations and Education
2020. What a time to start a new job.
In the midst of the pandemic, Catherine Ntube
joined the South Carolina Arts Commission as its specialist for arts organizations and education. Those are big pieces of the SCAC pie, so there's sure to be a learning curve as you acclimate. Except pandemic. Except the entirety of your new team is working virtually as a result of said pandemic. Except the people you were hired to serve were mostly (at the time) doing likewise.
Except... it didn't matter
Ntube (that's EN-too-bay) hit the ground running anyway and has been ably serving in any way she's needed. She's instituted new Think Tank conversations
for S.C. arts organizations and pitches in often to advise current and potential grantees working in arts ed or community-based arts.
Now that state agencies are back in the office, she is finally in hers and
finally getting (distanced) face-time with her new colleagues.
Need her help? Try reaching her via firstname.lastname@example.org
About Catherine Ntube
Catherine Ntube comes to the SCAC from eight years in the classroom, where she taught 4th grade general ed, 6th grade writing, and college-level English. While teaching, she maintained a writing practice and passion for the literary arts, serving as poetry editor of Yemassee Journal, receiving fellowships from The Watering Hole and Cave Canem, and serving as a contracted grant writer for small arts organizations with Red Olive Creative Consulting. She earned an master of fine arts in creative writing from the University of South Carolina, an master of arts in teaching from Relay Graduate School of Education, and a bachelor's in history & literature from Harvard University.