Caitlin Murray, Fundraising and Development Coordinator, Isaac's Quarterly
Caitlin Murray is currently a dual-degree student at Columbia University School of Social Work & Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs. She is concentrating in Urban and Social Policy with a specialization in Gender & Public Policy. Prior to beginning graduate studies at Columbia, Caitlin worked for 8 years in the education field, particularly at its intersection with the justice system. She taught for two years at the Suffolk County House of Corrections, a medium-security prison in South Boston; she then joined Teach for America where she was placed to teach at Lake International School, a turnaround middle school in Denver, Colorado; after that, she moved to Monterrey, Mexico and taught middle school English, History, and Global Issues for two years at the American School Foundation of Monterrey; and finally, she served as the Director of Programs for a local nongovernmental organization focused on capacity-building among youth in urban and rural areas of Trujillo, Peru. Presently, she is engaged in a variety of personal and professional work aimed at pursuing transformational justice through education and the arts.