Kate Noble Weitz
Board Member | she/her
Kate Noble Weitz spent a decade working in various fundraising and education positions in the performing arts. After her son was diagnosed with autism, her focus shifted to his in-home intervention program and autism advocacy in Omaha, Nebraska. She serves on several autism-related community Boards and is the Founder and Director of the Common Senses Festival. As a parent advocate, she thrives on connecting clinicians, researchers, professors, autism professionals, and even artists in the hopes of furthering best practice naturalistic interventions and support for individuals affected by autism. Kate holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Beloit College and a Master of Arts in Arts Administration from Indiana University.