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Katie Robinson was born and raised in the Summit City, and has been an advocate for it her whole life. After graduating from Ball State University with a degree in Public Relations in May of 2013, Katie moved back and planted permanent roots in her hometown. A former Visit Fort Wayner, Katie currently works for the Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority as Marketing Specialist. She is actively involved with the groups Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana (YLNI) and the Emerging Leaders Alliance (ELA), working to play an active role in shaping and telling Fort Wayne, and Northeast Indiana's, story. In her spare time, you can find Katie spending time with her little family made up of her husband, Joe, daughter, Honora, and their dog, Gidget. She also loves to read (if she ever has the time), write, bake, and explore her city!  

The Fort Wayne Children's Zoo isn't JUST for Kids!

I am a 26-year-old, career-minded, married, full-fledged adult woman (or so I tell myself), and I am absolutely enamored with zoos. While I have yet to really meet a zoo I haven't liked, the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo is definitely at the very top of my list…

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19 of the BEST Things to Do in Fort Wayne, Indiana in 2019

2019 is here, and what better way to help kick off a brand new year than with some refreshing ideas of things to do in Fort Wayne, Indiana? Whether your New Years resolution includes taking the time to explore new (and old) placesin your hometown, or you are a visitor checking out all that our city has to offer, there is much to see and do…

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Top 10 Can't Miss Family-Friendly Holiday Events in Fort Wayne

It may be hard to believe, but the season of dashing through the snow, and having a holly jolly Christmas is upon us. While I know there are many people who are dreaming of warmer weather and summer fun, I for one, am thrilled to usher in Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, and Vixen (and all of the other reindeer)…

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Grab your Girls and Enjoy Ladies Night at Sky Zone

Sometimes I look at my schedule and it can be daunting. Besides my day-to-day work responsibilities, there are after work meetings for things I am involved in throughout the community, family functions to attend, work that needs to be done at home and so much more. There have been weeks when I realize I haven’t taken any time out for myself, or my friends. That's why I always like it when I find unique events that make for a great reason to grab a couple of friends and spend the night having a little fun…

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Meet Fort Wayne: Creating an Engaging Millennial Experience

Millennials. You've heard of them, and have more than likely encountered one or two in your family or the workplace. To some, the term "Millennial" simply highlights a generation of people, but to others even saying the word "Millennial" is enough to elicit panic. There are a lot of misconceptions and unknown about this generation that is taking the world by storm…

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The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow, When Annie - The Musical Takes the Embassy Stage

It seems that so many of my favorite movies and musicals just so happen to be from the 70s and 80s. Blame it on my love of anything nostalgic, or the fact that the 70s and 80s were when my mom was growing up and never hesitated to show me her favorite flicks as I grew up myself. One of my favorites is Annie, the story of the little red-headed orphan who made everyone fall in love with her. You can fall in love with her too when Annie - The Musical comes to the Embassy Theatre on Friday, April 8…

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