Caitlin Scott, Vice President, She/Her/Hers
Caitlin leads strategic and tactical implementation at FCP. Her clients include organizations with focuses ranging from economic justice and affordable housing to community-building and ecosystem restoration. During her time at FCP, Caitlin led the successful launch of the Hewlett Foundation’s Open Rivers Fund, a program to support dam removal projects throughout the American West. In 2021, she also led the communications strategy for All Home to release a comprehensive approach to reduce Bay Area homelessness by 75% in 3 years.
Prior to FCP, Caitlin worked at public relations firms in San Francisco and Washington, D.C. She holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of California, Davis. Caitlin is on the board of ComNetworkSF Bay Area. Outside of work, Caitlin enjoys long-distance running and reading as many books as possible.
Areas of Expertise:
Communications Strategy Development and Planning, Communications Trainings, Affordable Housing and Homelessness Issues
Highlight of Working at FCP:
Meeting Kareem Abdul-Jabbar when FCP supported the launch of the SJSU Institute for the Study of Sport, Society, and Social Change.