Caitlin Holland

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Caitlin Holland

Manager, Marketing

Summary

Caitlin Holland joined InsideNGO in January 2016 as marketing manager. In this role, she creates and implements multi-channel, integrated marketing campaigns for InsideNGO events, educational programs, and initiatives to increase member engagement and further establish InsideNGO as a leading voice in the field of international development. Caitlin previously worked at Americans for the Arts as their communications & content manager, where she was responsible for identifying, creating, and distributing valuable messaging and stories via a 200,000-subscriber blog, a full online newsroom, and social media. Before Americans for the Arts, Caitlin worked for Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia in communications, development, and CRM data administration/integration capacities. Caitlin graduated with a B.A. in mass communications from Loyola University New Orleans. Prior to working in the nonprofit sector, she worked as an English teacher and photographer in both the U.S. and abroad in Mexico and Costa Rica. 

Q + A

What is your favorite place you’ve been to, and where do you want to go next?

Favorite place is tough to answer, but Boruca, Costa Rica, is the most beautiful place I’ve ever been, closely followed by the coast of Cape Town, South Africa, and the Cianti region of Tuscany, Italy. I’d really love to go to Argentina/Chile next. (I hate traveling.)

Which Disney villain(s) do you love to hate (or just plain love)?

I love to hate Prince John from Robin Hood and just plain love Yzma from The Emperor’s New Groove. Most hilarious villains ever. 

Who would play you in a movie about your life?

Tatiana Maslany – her look is right, and she plays multiple clones on Orphan Black, so who CAN’T she play?

If you could only eat at one restaurant for the rest of your life, which would it be and why?

Commanders Palace in New Orleans, on a Monday. They do 25 cent martini Mondays, the food is phenomenal, and if you eat upstairs you feel like you’re dining in a treehouse.