Michaela Bowman

INTERESTS: Clarinet, Marketing, Social Media, Wildcat Marching Band, and UK Choristers
HOMETOWN: London, Kentucky

Michaela Bowman is a senior at the University of Kentucky studying Arts Administration with a minor in Digital Media and Design. She aims to pursue a career in Public Relations and Marketing for non-profit, for-profit, and government art agencies and organizations. As a part of her studies, she has interned with the University of Kentucky College of Fine Arts Marketing Team as the Digital Content and Social Media Intern and then later as the Marketing and Communications Assistant. Additionally, she spent a summer following her sophomore year interning abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland with Scotland's Urban Past which is a part of Historic Environment Scotland, and studying Scottish History and Curatorial Studies. During these placements, she created, developed, and curated content for website and social media channels as well as researched and implemented unique and issue-centric content. During her time at the University of Kentucky, she has been a member of multiple ensembles including the Wildcat Marching Band, University Concert Band, University Symphony Band, Athletic Pep Band, and the UK Choristers. Additionally, she is a proud sister of the Eta Zeta Chapter of Tau Beta Sigma, the honorary band sorority, for which she currently serves as President and the Delta Omega Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota for which she serves as Editor and Treasurer. Prior to attending the University of Kentucky, she graduated with honors from North Laurel High School and received the Summa Cum Laude Award for her maintained 4.0 GPA. Along with being a member of the Beta Club and National Honors Society, she was a member of the North Laurel High School Chamber Choir and was accepted into the 2016 Kentucky Music Educators Association All-State Women’s Choir. She, along with her two younger sisters, was born and raised in London, KY by her two parents. She received the Provost Scholarship from the University of Kentucky along with multiple local scholarships from the London community such as the Laurel-London Rotary Club and Charles G. Pearl Scholarship. She is currently working on her major courses and is looking forward to her graduation in May 2020.


I wanted to become a CFA Ambassador because, as an Arts Administration student, I recognize the importance of the arts and I want to share that with others. As a CFA student, I see the influence that the college has had on my studies and in my life at UK, and I want to be able to share that with incoming students.


Arts Administration
Public Relations, Marketing, Event Management, Development, Advocacy