Caitlin received her bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from North Carolina State University with concentrated studies in biomanufacturing. She received her master’s degree in 2019 from Johns Hopkins University in Biotechnology with particular interest in clinical development of drugs and biologics and international regulatory affairs. She has worked as an upstream process development engineer at Biogen since 2015 and has held multiple engineering roles in the protein development organization.
Caitlin is very passionate about science as well as community outreach and engagement. She has been a steering committee member of Triangle Women in STEM since 2019 and serves as one of the co-chairs of the Professional Women’s Action Team. In her spare time, Caitlin enjoys reading fantasy novels, watching classic films and cruising around in her convertible beetle.