Carlyn Kane is double-majoring in Dance & Community, Environment, and Planning and also minoring in Political Science. She’s got her foot in the door of Seattle’s local art community, interning in the past with both Northwest Folklife Festival and Velocity Dance Center. She prides herself on creativity, problem-solving, and open communication. Her main interests include transportation issues, public art access, social justice and gender equality, as well as public policy. When she’s not in rehearsal, she spends her time talking to people, reading books, and trying to pet as many dogs as possible.