Natalia Mount is a dynamic cultural producer with extensive experience in arts leadership, innovative programming development, fundraising and marketing. She has curated and produced over 60 exhibitions and site-specific projects, experimental theatre productions, music, film, radio and literary programs and events. Originally from Bulgaria, for the past 20 years, Mount lived in New York, where in the early 2000, she co-founded FLUX Art Space – a pioneering nonprofit organization that commissioned and produced long-term art projects, claiming the intersection of art, technology, and civic engagement. In 2010, Mount launched the first radio station in Central New York, Redhouse Radio, that aired exclusively (24/7) arts and culture programs. Mount was the Executive Director of Redhouse Arts Center, a multi-disciplinary space and artist residency program, located in Syracuse. In the beginning of her career, Natalia apprenticed with the legendary Alanna Heiss, founder of MoMA PS1 and the Clocktower, both located in NYC. Mount is the recipient of numerous prestigious grants and awards, in recognition of her innovative ideas and executive leadership practice. Mount holds a BA in Criminal Justice, MA in Art Market, and an MBA in Media Management.