Caitlin is from Philadelphia and studied health and societies at the University of Pennsylvania. After graduation, she worked for a medical-legal partnership that brings free legal services to patients of West Philadelphia health centers and joined the board of directors of Delaware Valley Community Health, which operates federally qualified health centers around the city. It was during this time that she realized the possibility of combining her passions for public health, advocacy, and primary care through family medicine.
In medical school, Caitlin was in the Urban Underserved Program and co-led JeffHOPE, a student-run free clinic that helps people experiencing homelessness navigate medical and social service resources.
She is excited to bring all of these experiences together at BMC and eventually in the National Health Service Corps. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, listening to live music, and exploring the Boston area.