Caitlin has 10 years of experience working in the nonprofit, public, and private sectors and worked as a Senior Associate with Opus Advisors from 2014-2016. Since 2016, she has been a valuable strategic partner of the firm.
Caitlin’s started her career working inside nonprofits at the William J. Clinton Foundation and the Clinton Health Access Initiative in Boston. In this role, Caitlin relied on her good nature, and project management skills to execute and maintain the smooth operations of a fast-growing, entrepreneurial organization. Other nonprofit experience includes work with the National Center for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP), League of Young Voters, and the Georgetown Health Policy Institute.
Prior to Opus, Caitlin worked in consulting as an Analyst at Dare Mighty Things (DMT) in Portsmouth, NH. Here, Caitlin led the design and development of dozens of classroom-based and e-learning lessons, webinars, and developmental toolkits to support nonprofit clients in the areas of training and development. Caitlin is a strong writer and editor and has taken lead on benchmarking studies, white papers, and quarterly and annual reports. Caitlin also has experience with data management and analysis to support performance and outcome measurement projects.
A partial list of clients include Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts, Center for Wildlife, NH State Council on the Arts, New England Association of Learning Specialists, Patrick Dorow Productions, Firehouse Center for the Arts, Prison Fellowship International, National Guard Youth Challenge Program, and Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star.
Caitlin sits on the Board of the Joan G. Lovering Health Center. She earned her MPP from the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University, where she focused on nonprofit management and leadership, and quantitative analysis, and has a B.A. in Political Science from the University of New Hampshire.