News Release: Eiteljorg Museum announces Susan St. Angelo as corporate relations manager

Experienced corporate fundraising leader joins development team of nonprofit museum

INDIANAPOLIS – The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art recently welcomed as its new corporate relations manager Susan St. Angelo, who comes to the Eiteljorg with a wealth of business, community and philanthropic experience. St. Angelo will develop and nurture corporate community relationships vital to forwarding the museum’s mission to bring diverse groups together and inspire an appreciation of the art, history and cultures of the American West and the Indigenous peoples of North America.

“We are thrilled to have someone of Susan’s caliber on our team at such an exciting time in the museum’s history,” said Nataly Lowder, vice president for advancement at the Eiteljorg Museum. “Susan brings a wealth of business and philanthropic partnership experience. We are doing big things at the Eiteljorg and have grand plans for the future. As we move forward, the corporate community relationships we develop and steward will be essential to achieving our goals.”

St. Angelo has more than 25 years of professional experience, including nearly 20 years of banking experience in Indiana, most recently with The National Bank of Indianapolis where she concluded her career as a vice president and private banking officer. For the past few years, she was the owner of money management business, My Trusted Partner LLC.

A graduate of Culver Academies and DePauw University, St. Angelo has long been active within the community serving in various roles with a wide array of organizations. Her community service includes Heartland Film Festival, Historic Indianapolis City Market Foundation board, Indiana Landmarks, Leadership United Executive Women Series – United Way of Central Indiana, and Paws and Think.

The Eiteljorg is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year as a renowned cultural institution locally and nationally. Since it opened its doors June 24, 1989, the museum has been integral to the vibrant renaissance of one of the nation’s most visitor-friendly cities. As the Eiteljorg enters its fourth decade as a leading institution and the only museum of its kind in the Midwest, the museum is poised for a new era in excitement, reimagining art galleries, enhancing the visitor experience, building lasting relationships and ensuring sustainability through a robust endowment.

“This is an exciting opportunity and I am honored to be part of such a wonderful and meaningful organization,” St. Angelo said. “I look forward to building lasting and meaningful relationships that will help the museum produce beautiful, engaging exhibits and impactful community programming.”

About the Eiteljorg:

Celebrating 30 years of telling amazing stories in 2019, the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art in White River State Park in downtown Indianapolis seeks to inspire an appreciation and understanding of the art, history and cultures of the American West and the Indigenous peoples of North America. Located on the Central Canal at 500 West Washington St., the Eiteljorg Museum was named one of the USA Today Readers’ Choice 10 Best Indiana Attractions.


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Attached is a file photo of Susan St. Angelo, the new corporate relations manager of the Eiteljorg Museum.




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Museum Info

Monday – Saturday:
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Noon – 5 p.m.

500 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204