Kaitlyn Vogel is a junior at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams, Massachusetts, where she is pursuing an Arts Management degree with a minor in Public History. She dreams of one day working to revitalize underdeveloped towns and cities through the promotion of tourism and local history. She has interned at the Crandall Public Library Folklife Center, which focuses on the preservation of local history, in Glens Falls, New York, furthering collection and archive digitization and record keeping. She has also served as the Secretary for the MCLA History Society throughout her freshmen and sophomore years, as well been a member of the Debate Club and is a current member of the Fiber Arts Club.
Susannah Frey is currently in her junior year at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams, Massachusetts. She is double majoring in History and Arts Management. She is a member of the MCLA Fiber Arts Club and held the position of Secretary for two years, and is a general member of the MCLA History Society. She is currently interning at the River Hill Pottery Studio and Gallery, working on public relations and social media, and assisting in the creation of mass production items along with her own artwork. She hopes to one day work as a museum curator.