Caitlin Andrews is a director at PRG. Her focus is on the design and implementation of comprehensive strategic communications and government relations programs for a range of companies and associations in sectors including manufacturing, consumer products and energy. With expertise in both “traditional” media and new media campaigns, Caitlin is adept at producing strategic communication materials from full-length op-eds and speeches to 140-character tweets. She frequently conducts seminar sessions and one-on-one trainings to help clients make the most of their presence in the media and online.
As part of her work, Caitlin leads PRG’s digital communication campaigns, creating innovative content for client websites and social media accounts. Her work includes comprehensive brand development with a focus on sophisticated social media and its use for effective advocacy.
Caitlin also regularly serves as a media contact for client issues and orchestrates media outreach activities to support clients’ regional and national public policy objectives. In addition, she creates visual elements to communicate complex ideas and organizes special events to highlight client initiatives.
Prior to joining PRG in 2009, Caitlin worked on a number of political campaigns, most notably as a youth outreach coordinator and the co-chair of Marquette Students for Obama during the 2008 presidential campaign. She also interned in the Milwaukee office of Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle and the Washington DC office of Rep. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI).
M.A., Communication, The Johns Hopkins University, 2013
B.A., Public Relations and Political Science, Marquette University, 2009
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