Spending most of her time on the road between Bhopal and our field sites in Southwest Madhya Pradesh, Caitlin looks after the Malnutrition Eradication Initiative and the HIV/AIDS Program. A native of New York, Caitlin has been living and working in India since August 2007. She has worked with the national government on HIV/AIDS diagnostics and treatment focusing on supply chains, forecasting, quality assurance testing, trainings, and advocacy for new technologies and best practices. Caitlin also spent time living, studying and working as a researcher and translator for an economic think tank in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Caitlin graduated from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service with a BS in International Politics, focusing on international law institutions, and ethics. She speaks Spanish and Portuguese and is determined to master Hindi. In her spare time Caitlin enjoys hanging out with the students from the Bhil Academy in Jhabua, experimenting with Indian cooking, and snowboarding in Kashmir. In addition to her work in India, Caitlin is part of a team who is helping RMF grow innovatively and strategically throughout various programs and countries.