Caitlin started her career at the Boys & Girls Club of Savannah as Resource Development Director, where she helped double the patron list and the number of children the organization served. She then served as senior communications manager at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), executing integrated print, web and social campaigns that propelled SCAD's brand nationally and internationally. Caitlin also supervised the communications functions for the university's highest profilers and events, including the Savannah Film Festival, a seven-day event with more than 40,000 attendees annually. It is at SCAD where Caitlin demonstrated her strategic mettle in higher education marketing, helping to successfully launch SCAD's Hong Kong campus.
Before coming to idfive where she leads its advancement practice, Caitlin worked as an account executive at a large communications firm in the DC-area managing the strategic direction, timeline, and budget for government agencies and private clients.