Originally from Gainesville, Georgia, Katy Sulhoff currently lives and works in Montgomery, Alabama. Having earned her BA in Mass Communication from Brenau University in 2007, Katy ventured to the Black Hills of Rapid City, South Dakota, where her family’s 80-year-old cabin is located, to get a start in television news. Following a five-year career working as a reporter, producer, and anchor in South Dakota, Texas, and Alabama, Katy transitioned from one side of the camera to the other as Alabama Lieutenant Governor Kay Ivey’s Public and Constituent Affairs Director. Katy managed press opportunities, speeches, and the Lt. Governor’s published writings over three years, two elections, and five Legislative Sessions. She recently transitioned into contract communications with the Alabama Association of Conservation Districts which focuses on land and water preservation and policy throughout the state. Outside of work, Katy volunteers with a children’s ministry in Montgomery’s inner city, serves on the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts Junior Executive Board and the Hope Inspired Ministries Young Professional Board, and is a member of the Montgomery Junior League. She first attended Awakening in high school and is honored to now serve on the Advisory Board. Katy loves the beach and goes as often as possible. It’s only three hours away! She has still not chosen a football team, which makes living in Alabama a challenge.