Caitlin provides bridge financing and technical assistance to advance land protection efforts throughout the United States and Canada. She has seven years expertise in land conservation, stewardship, ecosystem restoration, and nonprofit management. Prior to joining the Fund, Caitlin served as conservation projects manager for Capitol Land Trust in Olympia, Washington, and previously served in a number of roles for the organization, including Interim Director. Caitlin holds a master's in restoration ecology from the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences at the University of Washington and a bachelor's in environmental studies - ecology from Pomona College. At the University of Washington, she quantified biological, physical and chemical responses to the largest estuary restoration in the Pacific Northwest, with a focus on advancing the efficacy of coastal restoration across the nation.
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- A10. Tales of Borrowing Money
October 18, 2019
10:30 AM - Noon