Caitlin is a creative, energetic Project Architect and Project Manager. She is actively engaged in shifting the discourse on sustainable design and best practices for the built environment.
Caitlin joined KHA in 2015 and became an Associate in 2018. She has served as Project Architect for the adaptive reuse of a historic loft building for New York University's College of Global Public Health, Project Manager and Architect for the renovation of Bishop Molloy Retreat Center, and Planner for the St. John Villa Campus Master Plan for the New York City School Construction Authority. She has also been a member of the design teams for several New York City Public Schools.
She is an active writer and researcher on sacred-public space with a focus on the relationship between public art and architecture. Caitlin has presented her research at scholarly and professional conferences, including the International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Conference. Her writing has been published in Faith & Form Journal. She served as a juror for the Architecture, Culture, and Spirituality Forum Award for Outstanding Achievement from 2018-2021.
Caitlin received a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Tennessee and a Master of Architecture from McGill University. She is a licensed architect in New York. She is a member of the Steering Committee for US Architects Declare—an organization working to transform architectural practice to confront the crises of carbon emissions, biodiversity loss, and social and environmental justice.