Sachet Watson is a Hoosier born and raised. Originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, she is a proud Indiana alumna. Watson completed her Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs in Legal Studies in June 2012 and her Master of Science in Higher Education at The Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. Her professional background and experience include student conduct, mock interview and resume critique, residence life, curriculum development, and crisis care management. She most recently served as the diversity and inclusion coordinator for the Jacobs School of Music and the Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture + Design. Before that, she was the Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion assistant director at the Indiana University School of Public Health.
Watson has presented at several national conferences on various social justice topics, such as access for first-generation college students and institutional inclusion. Her professional interests include, but are not limited to, social justice in higher education, representation, intersectional feminism, social justice education, advocacy for students of color, and decolonizing the academy. She firmly believes in inclusive excellence, and that inclusion is active, intentional, and ongoing engagement with all community members. In addition to social justice, Watson loves music, her faith, her nephews, her dog, superheroes, coffee, traveling, and connecting with students.