Kaitlin brings over 10 years of inclusive leadership experience and business innovation to the team. With a strong corporate background in crisis and change management, she is passionate about building empowered teams and organizational cultures that interrupt systems of oppression and marginalization.
Kaitlin served as a Diversity Educator and on the Chancellor’s Commission for LGBTQ People at the University of Tennessee, where she earned a Masters degree in Educational Psychology with a research focus in Critical HROD and Queer Empowerment.
As a queer woman and fat liberation activist, Kaitlin is passionate about creating safer spaces where all bodies are celebrated and have agency. Her approach to social justice work balances reformist activism with mindfulness and emotional intelligence. She is an Emotional Intelligence Practitioner certified in the EQ-i 2.0 and EQ 260 methodology, as well as a Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI).
Kaitlin lives on the Little Feminist Farm just outside of Atlanta, where she and her partner enjoy sustainable homesteading and host holistic wellness workshops and sanctuary retreats.