Caitlin focuses on developing and implementing a strategic public policy advocacy plan to support MHSA’s mission to end homelessness in Massachusetts. Her work includes engaging with MHSA member agencies, community partners and the public to advocate for solutions to homelessness. After first coming to MHSA in 2007, Caitlin spent two years coordinating MHSA's Social Action Massachusetts as her Harvard Divinity School field education placement before joining MHSA full-time in 2009. Since that time, she has served as Outreach Coordinator and as Director of Public Relations & Community Engagement at MHSA. Caitlin has a Master of Theological Studies degree in religion, ethics, and politics from Harvard Divinity School. She completed her bachelor’s degree in religious studies and philosophy at the University of Virginia.
Director of Public Policy