Cathy Wright

Cathy Wright

Cathy

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Cathy Wright

Cathy graduated with a Master’s in historic preservation from Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning in 2002. From there she went on to lead the North Central Office of Indiana Landmarks, the country’s largest statewide nonprofit historic preservation organization. Covering eight counties, Cathy worked with local nonprofits, government agencies, and individuals in saving historic buildings and revitalizing communities. 

After ten years, Cathy left Landmarks when her son was born, but continued to stay involved with preservation through a large rehabilitation project at her historic church. It is exciting to help lead a project from beginning to end for a place she loves so dearly. Additionally, Cathy volunteers with the Access Youth Center in Wabash, and is a Kids Hope Mentor, which allows her to get to know and be involved with underprivileged children in her community. 

Excited to work with nonprofit organizations again, Cathy joined Transform Consulting Group as project assistant. Besides historic preservation and serving the underprivileged, Cathy is interested in philanthropy, and community development. 

Fun Fact: As a child, Cathy met Mr. Rogers at his studio, and visited “The Land of Make Believe.” Mr. Rogers has remained a role model throughout her life.
Favorite Food: Peanut butter
Favorite Quote “Comparison is the thief of joy.” – Theordore Roosevelt
Community Involvement: Cathy is involved with Round Table and volunteers at Access Youth Center and as a Kids Hope Mentor. She is also an active member at Wabash Presbyterian Church where she serves as an Elder and several committees.