Caitlin was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, and attended the University of Missouri-Columbia. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Human Environmental Sciences, with an emphasis in Human Development and Family Studies. She works for a veteran nonprofit organization called The Mission Continues in downtown St. Louis. Caitlin has been working with The Mission Continues since September 2011 on the Fellowship Program team. It’s an incredibly rewarding job that she has and she’s very passionate about helping the post 9/11 veteran generation.
Beca Campos was Caitlin’s brother Kyle’s girlfriend of ten years. Beca and Kyle met when they were in high school; and Caitlin will always remember the first time she met Beca. So beautiful, bubbly, and genuine. Beca had a heart of gold and their relationship was one that Caitlin will forever cherish. Being committed to and a part of the Blackout Melanoma team was an easy decision for here. She promised Beca she would live out her mission and directly care for individuals that were just like her through the Beca’s Care Program.
Through the Beca’s Care Program, Blackout Melanoma provides financial support to metastatic melanoma patients. Caitlin chose to be involved with this pillar because of her background in working in the non profit sector, program development, and mission work.
“I’m beyond passionate about directly assisting these individuals and their families as they go through this challenge in their lives. I’m behind Blackout Melanoma and Beca’s mission unconditionally and am so excited for the future of our organization!”
Email Caitlin at firstname.lastname@example.org.